On this episode of Dentist Money™ Reese and Ryan get philosophical as they discuss a list of typical regrets people feel when they get older. No one wants to feel regrets, but somehow everyone ends up with at least one or two. With so many people experiencing disappointments tied to finances, Reese and Ryan offer their advice on why it’s crucial to have a good savings plan in place as you prepare for your future.
On this episode of Dentist Money™ Reese and Ryan provide coaching to help you keep your emotions in check when there’s turbulence in the markets. Creating wealth over the long haul takes patience and a solid focus on your overall goals. That’s easier said than done. Reese shares how you should really look at stocks based on his ranching experience as a youth. It’s an analogy that will change your perspective during fluctuating markets.
Reese’s guest on this episode of Dentist Money™ is Dr. Richard Low, host of the Shared Practices Podcast. With two podcast hosts asking each other questions, Reese and Richard cover a wide range of topics—from target date funds vs mutual funds vs index funds, to selecting the right type of mortgage depending where you are in your career. It’s two podcast hosts for the price of one!
What’s on the mind of Dentist Money™ Show listeners? Well taxes for one—especially as another year just ended and filing is just around the corner. And you’ll want to hear if the interest rate on your debt makes any difference between paying down loans or investing. Plus, you’ll find out why creating passive income not exactly what you’ve learned—and why that matters as you invest.
Jason Wood is Reese’s special guest on this Dentist Money™ Show. Jason’s law firm, Wood & Delgado, specializes in helping dentists with a wide variety of dental-related legal issues. In this episode, Reese asks Jason to look into the future and project what the dental industry might look like in 10 to 20 years. Jason’s vision may surprise you as current trends indicate major changes. Find out what can be done to fight the takeover of dentistry by large conglomerates.
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