This podcast is good for those who are interested in: financial issues facing medical students, residents, physicians, dentists and similar high-income professionals
Typical length of episodes: 20 minutes to 1 hour
How often a new episode comes out: Varies (typically one per week)
Episode topics: financial management, tax diversification, emergency funds, understanding tax deductions and credits, refinancing student loans,
Sample episode — “#46 The Happy Philosopher”: Jeff from The Happy Philosopher, a radiologist, joins to answer questions surrounding how he reached a point of burnout in his job after five years. He believes that burnout can applied in many areas of our lives (family, fitness, finances, etc.) and how it is crucial to maintain balance. He talks about his journey to becoming “the happy philosopher” and his long-term solution to burnout.
About the host: Jim Dahle, MD is a board-certified Emergency Medicine physician who is a little more than a decade out of residency. While he always had an interest in personal finance and investing, the interest grew stronger as a resident when he became tired of unethical financial professionals ripping him off.
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