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Financial Book Reviews [2021] | White Coat Investor

Every year we are sent a big stack of books that people want us to read and review on the blog or the podcast. This week at WCI is Continuing Financial Education week and we want to recommend a handful of books that...

The Hands-Off Investor Book Review

  By Dr. James M. Dahle, WCI Founder The most important book I read this year is somewhat niche, but it's well done and clearly the best book that has yet been produced on the topic of private real estate investing (syndications and funds). It...

Cosigner Student Loan Refinance | White Coat Investor

By Dr. James M. Dahle, WCI Founder Plenty of doctors and other high-income professionals refinance their student loans several times between graduation and when they finally pay them off. Refinancing lowers your interest rate and allows you to put more of your discretionary income...

Reduce Your Investment Taxes | White Coat Investor

Today we are answering questions about investment taxes. There are several things that you can do to reduce your investment taxes including the use of retirement accounts and buying and holding tax efficient investments. We cover six ways to help with reducing those...

What you need to know before you take on an investor for your business

When Tina McGonagill wanted to expand her food container business, she took on an investor she met at a trade show.For $50,000, she gave Trent Lowenstein a 20% stake in Big Fat Lunch. Yet before she spent the money, the two were at...

The Sunk Cost Fallacy | White Coat Investor

By Dr. James M. Dahle, WCI Founder En route to becoming financially literate, one of the most important lessons to learn is that personal finance is both personal and financial. The “finance stuff,” i.e. the math, is relatively easy to learn. However, it must...