"Sara does an excellent job breaking down both the basics and the more advanced elements of finance for a young physician. She uses facts and evidence in a way that is inherently appealing to anyone with medical training. The course addresses debt management, but also ways to maximize investment potential and make wise decisions as you plan for retirement. Course is engaging with frequent real world examples, and she is easy to listen to. I would strongly recommend this course for any medical student, resident, or recently independent physician who wants to make the best financial decisions for their future (and really, who doesn't?)"
- Winston P., Family Medicine Resident
Does the thought of your student loans make you want to run far, far away?
Does personal finance seem so complicated that you're afraid you could never figure it out?
Do you feel panicked every time someone mentions saving for retirement?
I have GREAT news!
Managing money can actually be less complicated than the Krebs cycle, and you managed to learn that just fine!
After taking this course, you will no longer feel overwhelmed by personal finance. You will feel confident that your money is in some very capable hands - yours!
As medical students and residents, we don't have a lot of spare time. Why waste more of that precious commodity worrying about money? I'll help you make some key decisions so that your finances can mostly run on auto-pilot, leaving you time to do the things that make you happy.
"This course was so helpful as I was graduating from residency. It saved me thousands of dollars by being able to apply for the correct income based loan repayment program. It also gave the resources and knowledge to help plan for my financial future as an attending. Financial wellness is so important and not discussed nearly enough during medical training. I highly recommend this to all medical students, residents and junior attendings!"
- Amanda O., Stroke Neurologist
In this course, we discuss the topics that are the most nerve-wracking - managing student loans, saving for retirement, obtaining disability and liability insurance. But we also delve into how building good financial habits will help you to do more of what you love!
As an added benefit of this course, all participants are invited to join a monthly live session where you can get your questions answered and receive coaching on how to stop feeling "financially stuck."
"This course consolidates the essentials of personal finance for doctors into an easy-to-digest format. Even with a busy residency schedule, there's time to look at this and reference back to it. I also love that there's a section for medical students: that information isn't easily available anywhere else."
- Jos N., Family Medicine Resident
"I am impressed! Awesome comprehensive overview of pertinent financial topics! Most of which were pretty much a black box to me before completing this."
- Mauli D., Family Medicine Resident
"Accessible, engaging, and well paced. [Sara] seem[s] to have a gift for teaching."
- Jean H., Dermatologist
When I was a fourth-year medical student, I realized that I didn't know very much about personal finance. I started devouring as much content as possible through books, blogs, and online courses. Now, I want to share that hard-earned knowledge in a straightforward, immediately applicable format that is specifically geared towards the needs of residents and medical students.
I developed this course during my residency, because I wanted to share the confidence in money decisions with others. I have won national and regional awards for my efforts and am looking forward to achieving my next goal - helping YOU reach your (financial) dreams!
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Disclaimer: I am not a certified financial professional. This course is intended to teach the basics of personal finance and should not be construed as individual, personalized financial advice.
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