Retirement


Hey everyone, it’s Finance Fridays again. Last week we talked about “different numbers” for “different Walters”. Today I want to discuss “How Much is Too Much?” How Much is Too Much? This question is mostly centered around retirement. As you know, my “number” currently would be considered especially high by some. For example, the friend of mine who needed $4 million, clarified to me that he only needed $4 million in all assets, which I […]

How Much is Too Much? #illumedati


Different Numbers for Different People 2
Hey everyone, it’s Finance Fridays again. Some of you may have read my What is “Your Number” post I wrote awhile back. Today I want to kind of reflect on “Different Numbers for Different People“. Different Numbers for Different People This is kind of my version of “different strokes for different folks” when it comes to retirement. If we look back at my other post What is “Your Number” and add in my more recent post […]

Different Numbers for Different People #illumedati



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Hey everyone, it’s Finance Fridays, and medical students in the NRMP match will all be finding out where they will be spending their next few years in residency… So let’s talk about “Residency and Retirement“. Residency and Retirement? Yea. I know, not usually something people think about in the same sentence. However, the picture of the watch above is to highlight a point. Time is of the essence. The best way I can describe this […]

Residency and Retirement #illumedati


Hey everyone, it’s Finance Fridays again. Today I was going to look at my portfolios and see if I needed to rebalance or not. So rather than just do all the work, I’d figure I’d share the data and my thoughts with you guys, without getting into too much detail. So let’s talk about “My Portfolios for 2018“. My Portfolios for 2018 The major retirement accounts I have are: Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) [mine] Thrift […]

My Portfolios for 2018 #illumedati



February Introspection 1
Hey everyone, it’s Medicine Mondays again. A lot has been happening crypto lately so I’ve been talking about that a lot. However, today I’m going to go back to some of the more “normal” posts and talk about “February Introspection”. February Introspection Depending on where you are in your medical career, I think February offers a good time for introspection. We’ll go through the stages here: Medical Student As a 1st and 2nd year medical […]

February Introspection #illumedati