While you'd like to think your financial decisions are always grounded in logic, the truth is that your head can often get in the way. In many cases, what may seem like a reasonable approach to financial planning, ends up being a costly decision. In this episode of Dentist Money™ Show, Reese and Ryan discuss the most common mental biases that lead to poor financial judgment.
Most investors measure success in the stock market by gains and losses. And, of course, it’s always nice to see your account balances moving in the right direction. But the benefits of financial markets go well beyond making positive returns. In this episode of Dentist Money™, Reese and Ryan explain why returns don’t tell the whole story and reveal the lesser-known reasons to invest in public markets.
As a dentist, you might have a general sense of your financial situation based on your collections, income, and retirement accounts. But have you ever wondered how your performance compares to other dentists? This episode of Dentist Money Show™ explains why it’s important to benchmark your performance against your peers, and how to make simple calculations to monitor your financial progress.
As your practice grows you might consider hiring another dentist to help you manage your workload. Partners and associates can be a great way to multiply your efforts, but before you make the commitment, you should clearly understand what you’re getting into. This episode of the Dentist Money Show™ dives into the financial ramifications of hiring another dentist and the questions you should ask before bringing on another producer.
Finding the right financial advisor to manage your wealth is so important that the Dentist Money Show™ has dedicated two episodes to discussing the questions you should ask - and the answers you should get - when hiring an advisor. In this episode (Part 2), Reese and Ryan continue the conversation about how to identify the best advisor to help you retire faster and better.