Individual stocks, do they have a place inside your investment portfolio? What’s on the mind of the Dentist Money™ Show listeners? You're about to find out! With tax season around the corner, discover how to best utilize pre-tax savings accounts like 401(k)'s and IRAs vs after-tax options like Roth IRAs. Listen as Reese and Ryan talk about individual stocks and where they might fit in your overall approach to investing--and what growth strategy will actually have the biggest effect on your net worth. It might surprise you.
Reese’s guest on this Dentist Money™ Show is Jonathan VanHorn, owner of DentistMetrics, a national CPA and accounting firm that helps dentists reduce their tax burden. With 2018 almost in the books, taxes may be on your mind. On this episode, Reese and Jonathan talk about the best money-saving uses of the Section 179 tax code when it comes to equipment depreciation. It’s a timely discussion that includes why trying to move into a lower tax bracket can be significant. Get ready for some year-end planning ideas, and a conversation that should interest every dentist.
The actual cost of market timing could be higher than you’re willing to pay. On this episode of Dentist Money™, Reese and Ryan discuss the difference between thinking you’re in control—and actually being in control. They examine, how acting on that impulse can lead to poor financial performance and the emotional cost of market timing. They tie it all together with some suggestions on how to rethink your approach to market fluctuations and why a long-term, globally-diversified approach to managing your portfolio helps eliminate the risk of emotional investing.
Are you ready to dive into the actual cost of market timing?
Dr. Justin Short, founder and creator of "The Lifestyle Practice," and co-author of the new book "The Titans of Dentistry: How the Top Performers Think and Act Differently," is Reese's guest on this episode of Dentist Money™. Reese and Justin discuss the top traits and skills it takes to move into the top 10% of dentists - and Justin shares the good, bad, and ugly moments that shaped his career path and led him to both personal and professional success.