This book is everything you need to control your financial future.
A financial plan guides you during good and bad times, ups and downs of the market, job changes, and financial setbacks. Creating a financial plan is not all about money, budgeting, and investing--it's about enabling you to live the life you truly want. Physicians are the smartest people on the planet when it comes to medicine, so why not finances too?
"This book makes an otherwise daunting process digestible, actionable, and concrete. If you are a physician having trouble getting started on your financial plan, this is the book for you." --James D. Turner, M.D., founder of The Physician Philosopher blog, co-host of the Money Meets Medicine podcast, and author of The Physician Philosopher's Guide to Personal Finance
"Ryan Inman is a financial planner who's married to a doctor, so he gets the unique money challenges we face. Use this user-friendly information will get you on the right financial path." --David Draghinas, M.D., Host, Doctors Unbound podcast
"Financial discussions should begin by asking questions. This book asks the right ones to put your finances on solid ground. Ryan and Taylor hit a home run." --Joe Saul-Sehy, creator of the award-winning Stacking Benjamins podcast and spouse to a pediatrician
"This book is kick-ass Practical and easy to use to create less stress in your financial life." --Veena Jetti, founding partner, Enzo Multifamily, and spouse to an anethesiologist
"This book inspired me to take a new look at my life goals. If you want to attain your dream life, then start by reading this book." --Dr. Cory S. Fawcett, the Financial Success M.D., author of The Doctors Guide book series
"Taylor and Ryan have made an amazing contribution to the financial education of physicians, so they can get their finances on track quickly. Amazing " --Carrie Reynolds, M.D., pediatric gastroenterologist and host of the Hippocratic Hustle podcast
"A hands-on, easy-to-read, and actionable book that will help residents set up for financial success as attendings." --Disha Spath, M.D., internal medicine, founder of The Frugal Physician blog