The White Coat Investor Podcast offers financial advice for high-income medical professionals. The goal is to increase their financial literacy and help them manage their money. Host Dr. James Dahle offers advice on important financial topics. He began the White Coat Investor Podcast in 2011.
The host is passionate about helping medical professionals achieve financial independence. He also wants to help them avoid financial mistakes. High income doesn't mean someone knows how to manage their money. Some don't even have emergency funds. In addition, many white coat professionals owe six figures in student loans. The podcast offers advice and financial planning tools so healthcare professionals can grow. But even those not in medical professions can learn from the financial topics on the show.
The podcast offers several types of episodes. In episodes like “Will Student Loans Be Forgiven?” Dahle explores the impact of the student loan payment pause during the COVID-19 pandemic. Podcast guest Andrew Paulson discusses ideas like interest rates and loan refinancing options. In some episodes, Dahle answers listener questions about a topic. One example is “Self-Employed Retirement Accounts Q & A.” In this case, he discusses retirement accounts. Some of the ideas that come up are backdoor Roth IRA accounts and health savings accounts (HSAs).
The White Coat Investor Podcast offers a special series called Milestones to Millionaires (MtoM). MtoM podcast episodes show the success stories of high-income professionals. Many success stories include explanations of how individuals paid off student loans. There are also many stories about savvy financial planning strategies.
Whitecoat professionals need to know about money. Financial literacy is key, and Dahle brings awareness to these necessary topics. Financial advisors are helpful, but professionals still must be able to understand their strategy. Even if someone doesn't want to manage their money, they still need to know the right moves to make. This show is a good place to learn.read less