Time flies when you're having fun. In the last 5 months, I've taken and passed the ABR Core Exam, matched for IR fellowship at my #1 ranked institution and became a Doximity Fellow. What I haven't done is update the FPMD Blogroll. Today I intend to remedy that by introducing you to WealthyDoc, Dads Dollars Debts and Miss Bonnie MD. If you are a fan of this site, be sure to save all 3 to your favorites.
Wealthy Doc (WD)
Tired from learning from a newbie like me? How about someone with 30 years of investing experience? Or someone who has an MBA in addition to an MD? Or someone who has achieved financial independence and care enough to share his experience with you? Turns out all you need is one source. Wealthy Doc has been blogging about money for doctors longer than I have been one. A value investor and business owner, Wealthy Doc believes that while "not every doctor can or should get an MBA but most can learn the key nuggets they need to know without formal business schooling."
Dads Dollars Debts (DDD)
Dads Dollars Debts (DDD) is a cardiologist, 30-something-year-old dad of one toddler boy, and money blogger who aims to offer his unique perspective on personal finance and FIRE (financially independent retire early). For him, "personal finance was about finding a way to make choices, to choose how to practice medicine and live my life. So hopefully through my site I can inspire other docs and dads to think about what they are doing." Be sure to check out DDD and learn how to get your financial house in order to be a better husband and dad.
SInce the passing of the late Dr. Wise Money, the physician finance blogosphere has been missing a female voice. Which is why I'm very excited to have found Miss Bonnie MD. An academic dermatologist, mother-to-be, stepmom and fiancé, Miss Bonnie MD aims to not only help other professional women learn how to better handle their finances, but also tackle the rising cost of childcare, divorce, elder care, and other unique concerns for breadwinning women. Be sure to check out her site.