Introducing: The Sunday Best (4/10/2016)

The Sunday Best is a collection of a handful of posts I intend to share with you, the reader, each week. With so many informative and inspirational writers out there, I should have no trouble coming up with 5 worthwhile reads each week.


Most posts will be from recent weeks, written by physicians, and related to personal finance, but expect to find a post or two that are lacking some of these elements.


Presenting, in no particular order, the inaugural PoF Sunday Best:


Dr. Mo @ discusses his approach to budgeting in Budgeting to Meet Your Financial Goals.


In an oldie but goodie, Justin @ RootOfGood explains the 2 bend points in the social security formula in How Early Retirement Affects Social Security. Coincidentally, Justin was featured by a competing site this afternoon, something that calls itself the USA Today.


Jim Dahle, MD @ WhiteCoatInvestor, shows us how he reduces taxes as much as legally possible while contributing about $200,000 to his and hers retirement accounts in his 2016 Tax Report.


Joe Udo @ Retireby40 updates us on the 2006 bet made by the Oracle of Omaha against hedge fund managers in Would You Bet Against Warren Buffett?


Ronald Hirsch, MD addresses a growing problem in our society.  Yes, we physicians are part of the problem. The opioid epidemic: It’s time to place blame where it belongs @ KevinMD.



Have a great week!





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2 thoughts on “Introducing: The Sunday Best (4/10/2016)”

    • No doubt! I’ve found the Feedly reader to be a great way to keep tabs on my favorite blogs, a list which is growing and growing and… There are a couple other curators doing something similar, but not with a physician tilt, so I figured something like this would be valuable to my readers. Thanks for stopping by, MrFireStation.


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