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Recommended reading for doctors

Here’s some of our favourite books to help doctors make better financial decisions. The Millionaire Next Door – Thomas J Stanley Don’t be put off by the fact this book was originally published in 1996, or written for an American audience, or has some slightly uncomfortable gender stereotypes in it (all the millionaires are men).  […]

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Criticism and praise for “What medical school didn’t teach us about money”

Here’s some criticism and praise doctors sent us after reading “What medical school didn’t teach us about money” If you want to read the book again the link is here https://www.medicsmoney.co.uk/ebookfull/ “Every doctor needs to read this” I agree. The sooner you read it, the sooner you can make the changes that will allow you to […]

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Why two doctors started Medics’ Money

Who are Medics’ Money? Medics’ Money is a doctor led organisation that empowers doctors to make better financial decisions. Over 14,000 doctors subscribe to our free financial CPD for doctors and recently, 995 doctors attended our webinar on the NHS pension. We have also helped over 1000 doctors to find the best specialist medical accountants and […]

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Ebook success

I’ve sent you an email with a link to download “What medical school didn’t teach us about money” Occasionally these emails go to spam folder or gmail promotions tab and if that happens make sure you add team@medicsmoney.co.uk to your contacts. If you don’t see the email contact us at team@medicsmoney.co.uk and we will sort […]

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What medical school didn’t teach us about money

What medical school didn’t teach us about money By Dr Tommy Perkins, NHS GP and Medics’ Money founder. So, you’ve been a doctor a few years, earn a decent wage, but still your bank account is empty at the end of the month? Do you struggle to pay those expensive post graduate exam courses and fees? Perhaps […]

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What medical school didn’t teach us about moneyW7

Final week. You made it. I have saved the most important subject until last. One of the primary motivations for starting Medics’ Money was to provide doctors access to high quality financial advice in a transparent way and for the right price. Where to find good advice for the right price. Despite cuts of up […]

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Essential pension housekeeping every doctor should do. One of the best investments you can make? Not property, shares or even cryptocurrency ;-). No, it’s the NHS pension. There’s been a lot of publicity around the NHS pension recently and it’s not without its faults or pitfalls.  But some doctors have opted out of the pension, […]

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What medical school didn’t teach us about moneyW5

Investment for doctors So you’ve traipsed through the Tax week, where we stopped ourselves making unnecessary charitable donations to the tax man. You’ve battled through the budgeting section, which although boring, hopefully you identified some savings.  You’ve also insured your future income by taking out some appropriate insurance and got an emergency cash fund saved up. […]

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What medical school didn’t teach us about moneyW4

I don’t insure anything I can afford to replace like my phone, washing machine or even my beloved bikes. But I do insure the future of my family and myself – and unless you could afford your current lifestyle without your income then you need to insure your financial future. Dragging myself up from a […]

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What medical school didn’t teach us about money W3

When did you last scan through your own bank account with as much diligence as you scan your patients’ test results?   Do you know what your monthly outgoings are? How much do you spend per month on non-essentials, like that cup of coffee at the station each day.  All the time you have debt […]

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