One of my hobbies is personal finance and I write quite a bit about it. Here is my personal finance guide:
Joel Schofer’s Personal Finance for the Military Physician – 9 JAN 2022
You can also find my other personal finance content in a few places:
- Here is the most current version of my presentation – Personal Finance for the Military Physician – A 2022 Update
- Many personal finance blog posts on MCCareer.org, all visible here.
I used to blog on a military personal finance site called MilitaryMillions.com, but I no longer had the time to do so and had to shut it down. That is why some of the links to older articles may not work.
DISCLAIMER: I am not a financial planner, accountant, tax attorney, etc. therefore all of the financial information provided is for general educational purposes only and does not constitute individual financial advice. Please consult your financial planning professional(s) for advice specific to your individual situation.
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