We live in an amazing world of constant information, sometimes it can get overwhelming. "Future Proof Shares" is a weekly series with the goal of selecting 5 interesting pieces of media on money and medicine from around the Interwebs. They may be old or new but will always be new to me. This series is inspired by "The Sunday Best" by my fellow physician money blogger Physician on FIRE (PoF). Enjoy!
- The Backdoor Roth IRA is a favorite investment vehicle among high-income professionals. Both Physician on FIRE (PoF) and White Coat Investor (WCI) have done detailed how-tos on the subject. Here's a good review by LeverageRx - The Ultimate Guide to the Backdoor Roth IRA.
- We all know that while medicine is a calling, there are some who will fall victim to the lure of financial gain. Here are 11 reasons to remind us why we should always put the patient's interest ahead of our own - Doctors Named to 'Fraud Hall of Shame' via Medscape.
- Those of us who are current in or have gone through medical training in America usually take for granted the long hours-low pay reality of residency. However, have you ever considered this reality to be "unduly excessive"? Ryan Park explores in this piece for the Atlantic - Why So Many Young Doctors Work Such Awful Hours.
- P2P lending has become a viable investment vehicle over the last 5 years. I personally have not ventured into P2P loans, but I know several colleagues who have. So when I saw this new post by the good doctor Dahle of the White Coat Investor, I paid attention - Why I Decided to Liquidate My Lending Club Account.
- A good number of us bloggers maintain a blogroll of our favorite online destinations, but my good friend Dr. Jurica of The Vital Physician Executive has gone above and beyond with his selection, many of which are new finds for me - Are You Intrigued or Entertained by These 50 Physician Authored Blogs?
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