show episodes
 
On Money Meets Medicine, Jimmy Turner, MD and Ryan Inman, a fee-only financial advisor, combine their experience to teach you about the personal finance topics you wish you had learned in medical school. The MMM podcast will help you tackle your student loans, achieve financial independence, invest for retirement, and decrease your financial stress and burnout. Come find out how much you can learn about money with the experience and perspective of a physician and a financial advisor combined ...
 
Every week Jake Rivas, Financial Advisor To Millennials, will hit the streets, coffee shops, and restaurants to get raw feedback from YOU about the real financial obstacles you are facing today. Jake will help you take the guesswork out of managing your money choices while curating and sharing the best advice and insights into making smart money choices. Jakes Two Cents will help you navigate credit, financial debt, saving for the future, student loans, mortgages, travel, money, lifestyle, a ...
 
Travis helps you navigate the insane world of student loans, especially if you owe $50,000 to $1 million. If you've ever spent too much time on the phone with your loan servicer, this is the show for you. Every week we share tips on loan forgiveness, investing, crushing debt, and how to get to financial freedom when you owe more than most people's mortgage.
 
Loading …
show series
 
On this episode Jake and Kirk react to a video of Dave Ramsey explaining his secrets of the rich. While there are some aspects in which Jake agrees with Dave, there are many areas of disagreements. Most notably, the ways in which Dave Ramsey obscures the truth. Tune in for a fun reaction video! *“Tax preparation, planning, IRS representation, and b…
 
With Halloween around the corner, let’s think about the scary side of money, shall we? We’ve all made them… bad money decisions. But, “how bad does it get” is the question of the moment. In this episode, Ryan and I talk about the experiences he’s seen his clients go through, debt and all. The Alpha Coaching Experience is going on sale. Right Now. A…
 
For this milestone 100th episode, I’m joined by all four consultants. Because we’re just one week away from the election, I’m talking with them about the election and what we expect could happen to your student loans regardless of who wins the 2020 presidential election. In this episode, you'll find out: A recap of Travis’ paternity leave Travis’ p…
 
Many of us believe this presidential election may be the world’s last. Doom and gloom are everywhere on our feeds these days. One of the dangers of acting out of emotion is making financial mistakes that can harm us long into the future. On this episode, Jake and Kirk go through a presentation of 10 truths, (with graphs) to prove that things won’t …
 
General investment philosophies, anticipated contributions, distribution breakdown… what the heck? If you’re an investor, or in this case, a potential investor ‘cause Ryan and I break down the fundamentals, an INVESTMENT Policy Statement is super important to do correctly. However, not many are building it the right way. Figure out what you could p…
 
Justin Harvey, CFP®, and Rob Bertman, CFA, CFP®, explore income-driven repayment (IDR) plans, how each can affect your financial future, and strategies to help you maximize your student loan repayment and keep more money in your pocket. In today’s episode, you'll find out: What the IDR payment cap is and what plans have one Which IDR plans are best…
 
Many of us believe this presidential election may be the world’s last. Doom and gloom are everywhere on our feeds these days. One of the dangers of acting out of emotion is making financial mistakes that can harm us long into the future. On this episode, Jake and Kirk go through a presentation of 10 truths, (with graphs) to prove that things won’t …
 
We all have wins. Whether you celebrate them or not [like Jimmy’s bad golf swing] it’s worth acknowledging you’ve reached certain milestones. This show is all about celebrations. Ryan and I share 10 of our personal stories that have helped us reach higher levels of financial success. Join the my Alpha Coaching Experience to reduce your burnout and …
 
Is there anything scarier than student loans? With Halloween just around the corner, student loan experts Lauryn Williams and Meagan Landress share scary updates from 2020 and terrifying student loan stories. In today’s episode, you'll find out: An update on student loan changes so far this year If student loan payments will be suspended after Dece…
 
On this episode Jake and Kirk react to a Joe Rogan Experience podcast clip. In this one Peter Schiff and Joe discuss the causes of the outrageous student loan expenses. Jake and Kirk give their commentary, including some interesting disagreements of Maestro Schiff. *“Tax preparation, planning, IRS representation, and business valuation services off…
 
We get it. Unless you’re a psychology or philosophy major, behavioral finance isn’t going to be a sexy topic for you. But the truth is, understanding how you behave with your money is the only thing standing in your way from having a strong, successful relationship with it. Ryan and I talk about this and why educating yo’self makes you da real MVP.…
 
We have seen a lot of changes to the student loan system over the last few months. The Student Loan Planner team of consultants - Meagan Landress, Lauryn Williams, Justin Harvey, and Rob Bertman - are following the changes to keep you up to date. In this episode, they’re answering your questions to give you the low-down on student loans. In today’s…
 
In this two part episode Jake and Kirk go through a recent Wall Street Journal article that presents 30 pieces of advice given by financial experts from various professions, each explaining a unique mistake people make during a recession. The article has CEOs, CFOs, financial analysts, CFPs and everything in between. Jake and Kirk read each piece o…
 
Student Loan Planner consultants Rob Bertman and Meagan Landress share their best tips to find balance with budgeting, saving, investing, and paying off debt without sacrificing your quality of life. In today’s episode, you'll find out: The right balance between paying off debt and saving for the future The one thing you need to set yourself up for…
 
In this two part episode Jake and Kirk go through a recent Wall Street Journal article that presents 30 pieces of advice given by financial experts from various professions, each explaining a unique mistake people make during a recession. The article has CEOs, CFOs, financial analysts, CFPs and everything in between. Jake and Kirk read each piece o…
 
Physicians often ignore their student loan debt because so much of their brain space and emotional energy is dedicated to their vocation of medicine. In this episode, Student Loan Planner consultants Lauryn Williams and Justin Harvey explore unique student loan considerations and strategies for physicians. In today’s episode, you'll find out: An in…
 
Trump signed an executive order on August 8 continuing the temporary cessation of payments and the waiver of all interest on student loans held by the Department of Education until December 31, 2020. How does this affect the way you manage your student loans? Stick around to find out. Practice Medicine Because You Want To...Not Because You Have To……
 
On this episode Jake and Kirk discuss an article by the New York Times which gives financial guidance to young professionals during this pandemic. Kirk explains some of the lessons he has learned as well. Some of the guidance given may sound familiar, but there are some profoundly new perspectives to consider. Here is the article: https://www.nytim…
 
With Travis on paternity leave, the consultants are taking over the Student Loan Planner Podcast. All four consultants come together to share the good, the bad, and the ugly about student loans and your personal finances. In today’s episode, you'll find out: Who are the Student Loan Planner consultants How to make a career change when you have stud…
 
On this episode Jake and Kirk will be reacting to a clip from the Joe Rogan Experience with guest Peter Schiff. Joe and Peter discussed various aspects of the effects of shutting down the economy, from monetary effects to commercial real estate and more. You’ll be able to hear this clip from Rogan and hear Jake and Kirk’s responses and commentary. …
 
How do you bring up the topic of finances with friends and colleagues in a non-threatening way? I've had limited success in getting them to engage in the conversation or take further action on their finances. I realize that the drive to change your own financial habits (or any habit) has to come from the individual. What tips do you have to get thi…
 
If you’re frustrated with your job and dreaming about making a change, this episode is for you. I’ll show you the 3 traits you need to learn to love your job. And if you can’t? That’s okay because we’ll talk about the steps you can take to leave your job and do something you love. In today’s episode, you'll find out: How to boost your happiness lon…
 
In this episode Jake and Kirk discuss an article in The Economist about the art and science of bubbles. Today, with the advent of day-trading apps like Robinhood, bubbles have become more prevalent and harder to identify. In this show we discuss what a bubble is and is not and why they are important to understand for our financial future. Here is t…
 
Get your biggest bang for your buck during tax time? It happens and can happen for you. See what Ryan and I say to help you give while also getting back. It seems like everyone is looking to buy a home right now. If that's you, give Neil Surgenor with TD Bank, NA, a shout. He's working on your time. Find him at www.financialresidency.com/tdbank…
 
The pandemic has brought a significant amount of stress into our lives. For borrowers already feeling pressure because of high student debt balances, this might be the breaking point. Which professions regret their career the most? And is it because of the pandemic or because of student loan debt? I reveal what our listeners say are the best and wo…
 
In this episode Jake and Kirk investigate (or try to wrap their heads around) the executive order to defer payroll taxes. Defer till when you say? Well you’ll have to listen to the show! (ok we don’t know either). What is this order supposed to accomplish? What is it really all about? What’s President Trump’s agenda? Check out this episode to find …
 
Remember those cheat sheets you’d use to summarize all of the facts before your medical school tests? Or maybe you were a flip card or Anki kind of person? Well, that’s what this show is all about. Tag along as we discuss 10 things doctors must do for financial success. Need disability insurance? We mentioned Larry in the show. Find Larry Keller of…
 
From the perspective of what you’ll have to pay on your student loans, the worst that can happen isn’t any different than being a resident of California or New York City. Student loans aren’t a debt sentence. If you have a plan in place, life can be pretty good with student loans. I explain why student loans are like a tax, and also answer a few li…
 
In this episode Jake and Kirk discuss the Robinhood app, a new global phenomenon where millions of people can trade in individual stocks with just a few dollars. Jake discusses how to think about using this app in your financial portfolio, and whether or not it is healthy to use it as an important investment tool. *“Tax preparation, planning, IRS r…
 
In addition to Joe Biden announcing Kamala Harris as his running mate, President Trump issued a student loan order. Trump’s order extended some of the relief of the CARES Act but it also comes with some confusion. In this episode, I’m giving a rundown of the impact it could have and what the order means for you. In today’s episode, you'll find out:…
 
Jake and Kirk discuss FAANMG (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Microsoft, Google) and ask the question: Is the rise of these enormous corporation a sign of a dystopia? We discuss what a dystopia is and some of our favorite dystopian novels. They also come to a very insightful idea about how reading dystopias can help you plan for your financial fu…
 
Knowing how to handle your student loans is only part of the equation. You must also know how to invest so that, one day, you’ll have so much net worth that having student loans is irrelevant. Join me as I go through several listener-submitted questions about how to invest with student loans, and how the pandemic recession might impact your strateg…
 
Do you plan on retiring? Many Americans are beginning to believe this will be a dream they never achieve? In this episode Jake and Kirk discuss the idea of retirement, and some alternative ways to achieve “retirement,” without actually “retiring.” Also, Kirk proposes a plan to solve all of our social security and college debt problems. *“Tax prepar…
 
Addressing the pros and cons of real estate vs. stock investing, Ryan and I help you navigate which of the two might make the most sense in the general sense. Since Ryan comes from a line of a real estate moguls, you don't want to miss his insight. This episode is brought to you by Ryan's fee-only financial planning firm, Physician Wealth Services.…
 
Changing jobs can lead to more than changes in your income. It could disqualify you from PSLF. But what if you’re in a job that makes you unhappy? Should you stay? In this episode, I answer those questions and more to help you decide if moving to the private sector is worth it. In today’s episode, you'll find out: What to do if you feel trapped in …
 
Is it a bad thing? Jake and Kirk discuss an article about the biggest tech companies in the world, “FAANMG” Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Microsoft, Google. These six companies collectively are driving the US economy, despite the actions of the U.S. government. Can there be positives in this trend? Tune in and share your thoughts.Article: https…
 
Should I invest or pay off my debt? It is one of the most common questions any personal finance blogger or pod caster gets. Does the answer change if the market goes into a recession? That’s what we discuss in this episode. Stick around to find out. This episode's sponsor is Larry Keller with Physician Financial Services. Need an expert to help you…
 
Investing is a crucial part of building long-term financial stability. Even if you have student loan debt that tops $500,000 or more, here’s a look at how our flagship course, Six Figure Debt to Six Figure Net Worth, can teach you to invest and transform your life. In today’s episode, you'll find out: Why you should be investing even with student l…
 
Disability insurance comes with different riders to enhance the contract. Ryan and I address what those riders do for you and also touch on some contract features that may not be riders but do vary from company to company. Check out the show to see what you need to keep in mind as you compare policies. Need disability insurance? Michael Relvas at M…
 
Dr. Carrie Jurney joins me in this episode to talk about mental health challenges of veterinary professionals. She is the board president of Not One More Vet, Inc, which is the largest profession-specific mental health advocacy organization that I’m aware of, and helps to foster a community of over 25,000 veterinarians, support staff, and vet stude…
 
With the pandemic, protests and civil unrest, many people are asking big questions about the future of our world. One of those questions has to do with the way in which we invest. Investing for pure financial gain may only be one way that future investors may be thinking about their investments. Some investors—perhaps you?—may be interested in inve…
 
Do you have trouble choosing between spending for today and saving for tomorrow? You’re not the only one. This episode will help you find the balance. Looking for disability insurance? Give Michael Relvas with MR Insurance Consultants a call. He'll be happy to help lead the way to the right policy for you! https://thephysicianphilosopher.com/mrinsu…
 
Big changes are coming to student loan servicers and I’m talking about what it means for your bottom line, your life, and your anxiety levels. I’ll give you a rundown of who the new servicers are and my predictions on what will happen when they take over. I also answer listener questions about PSLF payment caps, 1099 vs W2 earnings, and what happen…
 
In this episode Jake and Kirk explore aa graph that shows how various groups of Americans are spending the trillions of dollars that has been injected into the economy. *“Tax preparation, planning, IRS representation, and business valuation services offered through iFile Tax Planning and Preparation Services are separate and unrelated to Commonweal…
 
Corrections in the stock market are healthy. Given that a correction happens once every 1.5 years… it is probably worth talking about what we should do about it when it happens. Does your insurance need a course correction? Reach out to someone we trust to help you protect your hard earned income. Find Michael at https://thephysicianphilosopher.com…
 
Nicole Hatcher is a physician assistant and the personal finance expert behind Frugal Chic Life. She shares her story of becoming a PA and her experiences with racism and bias as a professional. We also talk about degree creep as a hurdle for Black people getting a college education and how to make healthcare professions more accessible to minoriti…
 
Many physicians have the option to invest in 457 plans. However, these are some of the most curious (and potentially dangerous) investment plans that exist. If you don’t know what you are doing, there is a good chance you make a bad decision. Love Money Meets Medicine? Tell the wooorld! Nominate the show for a Plutus Award here: www.thephysicianphi…
 
The student loan interest freeze is set to expire on September 30. Even if Congress passes a bill to extend the relief, you’ll have to start repaying your loans eventually. But there’s an election coming that could change the future of student loan refinancing. Join me as I talk about what refinancing might look like after the pandemic and how the …
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2020 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login