The New Rules of Wealth Preservation for Medical Professionals
By Amir Baluch, M.D.
A Financial Education for Doctors.
You may have a great job, but taxes, debt and high expenses could mean you may be broke at a higher level.
"Make It, Keep It" is a financial primer for medical professionals that will finally give you the financial education medical school failed to provide. It will show you how to escape the ‘hours for dollars’ mentality that’s holding you back and achieve financial freedom.
Real Estate Investment for Doctors
How and Where to Invest in Property without the Hassle of Becoming a Landlord.
Your real estate investment journey begins with a decision to educate yourself about your options. Real Estate Investment for Doctors offers an overview of things you need to consider, and leads you towards taking your first steps to becoming financially free with real estate investment.
- Why you need to invest.
- Why invest in real estate.
- Why you don’t need to be an expert.
- They types of investments available.
- The risks of real estate investing.
- How to get started.
Self-Directed IRAs Demystified
Why You Need to Self-Direct Your Ira, where to Find Providers & How to Set Up & Run Your Account.
IRAs have been around since 1974. They were set up to help individuals on lower incomes save for a comfortable retirement, but most people are doing them wrong. From failing to open an account at all, to opting to defer tax, to sticking with a managed fund that severely limits their investment options, it’s no wonder most people are disappointed with their pension plan’s performance when it comes time to hang up their gloves and pick up the golf clubs.
Self-Directed IRAs Demystified will open your eyes to the possibilities of Self-Directed IRAs (SDIRAs), and walk you through the process of choosing the right plan and provider, setting up and running your account, and show you how to avoid the potential pitfalls in one quick sitting.Buy This Book Now!
“Nailed it. A great primer for new physicians, and a must-read for doctors everywhere.”
“It never occurred to me I might be better off paying tax now to save on them later, until Amir explained to me the concept of compound interest. Now I know the value of saving post tax dollars in my IRA, I’ll never go back to a traditional plan. I’m saving my my retirement, not the government’s!”
“I was confused about the self-dealing and ‘hands off’ rules, but Amir’s ‘future you’ analogy made it really simple to keep my current and retirement assets separate in my mind, and to ensure ‘Never the twain shall meet. Now I can’t wait to meet ‘future me’ when I finally retire to the beach house.”
“From budgeting and debt reduction, through investing and insurance, to wealth preservation and beyond, Baluch takes a complex subject and makes it accessible.”
“Baluch explores money management with a shoot-from-the-hip attitude.”
152 Things You Need to Know Before You Invest in Real Estate
Starting out in real estate investment needn’t be scary, but there are things you need to know.
There is certainly a lot of room for everyone who wants to get involved in real estate to create their own investment strategy, find great property, and take advantage of all the fantastic deals out there. In reality, there are also pitfalls the unwary newcomer can easily fall victim to.
152 Things You need to Know Before You Invest in real Estate offers an antidote to too much enthusiasm. A dose of reality that tells you all the things we wish we’d known when we started out. A roadmap that highlights the issues you should be aware of, and how to handle them.
Amir Baluch and Kamran Baluch