So, if you're on the same page or not on how you save or spend or your value system, that can really help you or hurt you. So, I think it's a great series of episodes. Thank you for having me. And there are some subjects that lend themselves well to a podcast. Woman physician millionaire 2: And I had to live in nanny, which was really challenging. We got married in 2009 and right about that time, my personal net worth was $100,000. Thank you for sharing your story and being willing to come on the podcast. Now you mentioned before we started recording, that something unique about you is that you were already a millionaire before you kind of became enlightened on these concepts. You're not trying to be comfortable where you are, you want more than you have. Dr. Jim Dahle: I drive a Honda, make good money, have one child, and am very comfortable. And family picture? In order to help prospective physician assistants, analyzed and compiled a round-up of the average physician assistant salary by state for 2019, sourced from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Dr. Jim Dahle:   Your link has been automatically embedded. Woman physician millionaire 2: Woman physician millionaire 2: Yes. Very negative. But obviously in the long run, hopefully he'll be able to look back and see that lesson. Woman physician millionaire 5: You can find it at whitecoatinvestor.com/classic-blog. I think it took my brain a while to mature and kind of get it. I do have a higher income spouse who is a physician assistant, but that year we made $170,000 total together. So, I stood out both by being a woman and being younger. Is your husband a doc as well? Dr. Jim Dahle: I can’t recommend it highly enough. But PA is a plenty comfortable enough living if people are smart about how they spend and "save" their money. Woman millionaire: Jessica: And from there I sort of woke up and I looked at our budget. How much in investment accounts? Was it negative? But in hindsight, I can see that that probably wasn't the wisest choice. Dr. Jim Dahle: Certain men would get most of those shifts or everybody that had a set schedule seemed to be one of the guys, with a nice, profitable schedule. The first four years of my post-training work life was really low. I take one suggestion and then get the opposite one. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. Thanks to those of you who have been leaving us five-star reviews. During the interview I failed to hear if or will the military pensions are valued into the overall worth of the couple. Physician assistants work in all areas of medicine, including primary care and family medicine, emergency medicine, surgery, and psychiatry. Dr. Jim Dahle: So, if you break the investments downs, that's about a 60/40 splits stock to bonds. And about two thirds of that is in retirement accounts, about one third in a taxable account. Okay. Jessica: Okay. What advice do you have for those who are a decade or two behind you and want to be where you're at? So, I was encouraged to start early. So that helps. By And that's one thing that I would strongly encourage everyone to learn more about, particularly women. Hard work in college, earning scholarships. it's all about lifestyle. Surprisingly, several were not really sure when they crossed over one million dollars for their net worth, most fell into the 5-10 year range. Learn More. My daughter's always like, when I was on a Dave Ramsey kick, she was always like, “Are we listening to the money guy again?” But we do try to talk about the value of money and we talk about saving. Honestly, if you think about it and you just put the numbers in, if you put in even just the minimum requirement, which is $50,000 and you let that ride for a dozen years, you'd be a millionaire, even if you don't put in 8%. Woman millionaire: He is an independent provider of disability insurance planning solutions to the medical community in every state and a long-time white coat investor sponsor. And then of course we have a guest post each week. Woman physician millionaire 5: At this point, we may start to think about it just because we have no other debt so to speak, but it's never something that bothered me because the interest rate was so low and the payment is so low. Jessica: Dr. Jim Dahle: I don't know if you've tried teaching them anything about money yet, have you? And so, as you move along toward this goal, how have you or how do you plan to reach financial independence relatively early and becoming a millionaire and so forth? Dr. Jim Dahle: Dr. Jim Dahle: Woman physician millionaire 5: Thank you. the Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant will perform medical acts, tasks, and functions under the supervision of a physician, and in accordance with rules… And then we bought a million-dollar house, which was by far the worst mistake we ever made. I'm really fortunate because I've been in the military my whole adult life. Woman millionaire: And I appreciate you also promoting the blog because I want you as a podcast listener when you have specific questions that blog is available all the time. Woman physician millionaire 3: So, there were organizations that I avoided and organizations that I deliberately made moves to go into to make sure that I was in a supportive work environment.”. And so that wasn't modeled for me. I'm sorry to say, but it's true. I have so many classmates that are sitting on $350,000 in loans at 6.8% interest. I appreciate you having me and thank you for all you do. I hope you really enjoyed that episode. It's okay to talk about finances. why are you trying to get wealthy, anyway? Thank you very much Damp Mung Beans for that. Woman physician millionaire 3: Congratulations on your success. That's pretty remarkable. It's never equitable. I drive all my cars into the ground. Any idea? It got rave reviews. You mentioned that you're an immigrant. So, all the pay tables are out. Dr. Jim Dahle: It's already been a long episode. The first interviewee said “Why didn’t you ask me questions like ‘How did you balance being a mom and becoming a millionaire? And I'd read Michelle Singletary’s column in the Washington Post. So, we are going for it. I think your topic was more about career obstacles of high earning women rather than their route to becoming a millionaire. I don't see any million dollars in the bank”. They paid for school or have you received an inheritance or was this all from your earning? I got three kids actually. All that other stuff is kind of frosting or just the extras that you don't need to get there. Women physician millionaire 1: But what you've demonstrated is that you don't have to know everything about it. Yeah. A forum for graduated PAs to discuss topics of interest. Jessica: Women physician millionaire 1: Dr. Jim Dahle: Engineering is interesting being different from medicine. What percentage of your portfolio do you reserve for "play money"? We just lived on what we had always lived on.   Pasted as rich text. I'm not going into this to be rich. I'd rather spend money on other things like travel and food. What do you think about being a female physician and how that either helped you or hurt you in your journey to become a millionaire? So then as time goes on, you're going to see that reflected in the workforce. So, this is kind of fun actually to calculate. So, we say, “Okay, we're going to put a price for that. Dr. Jim Dahle: Do you think that's why you're so conservative and keep so much in cash? So, I didn't matriculate to medical school until I was 30 years old. And whether gender held you back in that pursuit or not. But I'll say despite that, it's still hard. Yeah. Dr. Jim Dahle: However if you currently make what you say, becoming a doctor will probably set you back financially for the rest of your days and you will never catch up. Does he work? Hear the experiences of seven millionaires in this episode talk about how they did it. Women physician millionaire 1: Dr. Jim Dahle: Have a net worth of 1 million through some aggressive real estate and stock market investments. He explained it to me and I said okay. I think we are included in the target audience buried in the fine print as “other high-earning professionals”. Welcome to the White Coat Investor podcast. Woman physician millionaire 2: It can be taken too far. Geographical arbitrage was mentioned, as they moved to a lower cost of living part of the country. I do think we made some mistakes along the way and that we purchased homes in residency and purchased a home before we ever got to my first job. Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant The Nurse Pracitioner/Physician Assistant provides comprehensive health care including th assessment and management of the healthcare of patients seen in the Pre-anesthesia testing area…. 10 Biggest Financial Mistakes Doctors Make, Stupid Doctor Tricks – Biggest Financial Mistakes. So, I think that helped a lot. All right. Society for Physician Assistants in Pediatrics (SPAP) One (1) $500 award to a student in their didactic or clinical year. And how's your net worth divided it up? Is that right? Know what you're getting into. You mentioned earlier that you certainly wanted to be independent on your own, never having to rely on anybody else for your money. It was a horrible feeling. I think your question “How did you balance being a mom and becoming a millionaire?”, missed the mark. And I think it's much more understandable. That's it. You are very welcome. Why can't you get wealthy on $150k a year? Probably a good tip there to pay attention to that benefit, especially for a young physician. You mentioned you had a few low earnings years and I suspect that might be part of the answer to my next question, which is how did you balance being a mom and becoming a millionaire? None of those things seem to really be the most important things. Not quite. And we have changed our savings rate from 2017, from 13% currently to 58%. I've bought like three new cars. And any woman who is programmed to marry a doctor ( probably by her parents ) seems to end up miserable. So, they're still living. And my co-residents or friends that have lived in other areas, whether it be like Colorado, Chicago, or whatnot, work just as hard as me, if not harder and don't make anywhere near as much money. Do you think you can pass the drive onto your children and how are you trying to do that? What was your range of income throughout your career? So, we've got $237,000 in Roth IRAs, $278,000 in TSP, $44,000 in a solo 401(k), $168,000 in your brokerage account, $192,000 in private equity real estate. And so, I've just begun my financial education in the last year I would say, maybe even a little longer but I don't claim to really have enough knowledge. Description: Billionaire P.A. It's anyone's guess what will happen tomorrow, but for now this is still a pretty slick gig as far as income/hours worked is concerned. Woman physician millionaire 2: And we did a lot of that. Exploring this further is not politically sensitive, it’s advocacy for equal treatment. And what do you think were your secrets to success? Do not saddle yourself with the loans. We got into a few more family issues. Zero. Ashleigh Pedone is on Facebook. Dr. Jim Dahle: I mean, now you're a multimillionaire, right? Not at all. I thought you're going to say Bitcoin. Typical job responsibilities of a cardiothoracic PA might include explaining the procedure to the patient, performing pre-operative exams and tests and monitoring recovery after surgery… You are in a better situation now financially than if you became a doctor. That really does help get the word out about the podcast and help us share it with others. So, I think I had three secrets to success. That is among the most important things you could ever do for your financial success. I'm glad it did. We don't carry any debt, but we're extremely conservative and we keep like a higher amount in cash than anybody recommends. Even starting off less than that wouldn't push me away from the profession. And so that helps because they are modeling, they still worry about buying a pair of shoes and I just let them worry about the cost of it instead of telling them, “You can afford that pair of shoes”. They learned all this stuff and they work hard too and they save a lot of money, but they're really into it and aren't using financial advisors. I live very modestly. So, I think if I could go back into med school and residency to find a few resources that you like and start learning about it then, and that way when you come out and all of a sudden you have this big paycheck, you have more of a plan for that money. Click to learn more! About $100,000 in cash. Thanks dr. Dahle. So, I went to some local universities and got my engineering degrees by working my butt off. I have a really supportive husband. I was fortunate to get a full ride scholarship to my local junior college. Women physician millionaire 1: I had taken out $140,000 in med student loans. I didn't realize we're at nearly $1.5 million. How Can I Become A Millionaire As A Physician- Friday Q&A Series. All right. I enjoyed the diversity of the guests. Actually, they're not all physicians. Join Facebook to connect with Ashleigh Pedone and others you may know. Please continue to do more of these millionaire/net worth series. And I've just been kind of chipping away at it. We had kids later in life. All Rights Reserved. Dr. Jim Dahle: Pretty close to probably year six. Woman millionaire: So that was nine years. Become an entrepreneur. And so, thanks for being on the front lines and taking care of that. Mick Connors is a pediatric emergency physician. Dr. Jim Dahle: I think there's a lot of truth to that. Jessica: And we got kind of on the every dollar budget, find out that we had given ourselves a raise by just tracking money. Woman millionaire: But even compared to my co-residents I had plenty of friends that had more debt than that. How did you become so wealthy? Threads or posts not on topic will be deleted or moved to the appropriate forum at moderator discretion. Pretty awesome. All right. I'm interested in the FI-part. Is that a heck of a year? Â, Save 15% of income for retirement (I greatly disagree with how he pushes for actively managed retirement accounts). Woman physician millionaire 2: And then I find myself thinking, “All right, I'm doing that. I really think that the piece of advice I would give is don't be afraid of finances. Jessica: We keep a lot in cash. As of today, about a $1.5 million. So, I remember one day that we were in Chicago, we're thinking about selling our condo with dead set on getting a single-family home, which in Chicago was not a cheap option. Well, what are you doing now to teach those kids about money? But realistically you will have a difficult if not impossible time becoming a millionaire based on your physician's salary. He’s not a licensed accountant, attorney or financial advisor. If you're looking at it every year, you're not going to see it jump a ton. With a large income you can still afford to make some financial mistakes and be successful. If I had done that, I would be much farther ahead than what we are now.”. But at the same time, others demonstrated that you don't have to be a hobbyist in order to be very successful. Because making the money, it's not your money, it's a combined pot. We talk not only about the same stuff we talked about last time, how people became millionaires, what their mindset is, what their money is invested in, et cetera, how they spend. “So, being a woman in engineering has always meant that I've been in the minority and that's not necessarily good or bad or ugly, it just is. Get divorced twice and you are worth 25% of pre-divorce. So, I also had all of my twenties to work and save, which made a huge different for us. I have a husband and his income was not what I included in there, but he also kind of fluctuates. Now obviously the high-income helped. How much is home equity? Man did I feel flush as an E5, getting deployment pay, wife working about 50-60 hrs a week as an RN with night differential. When asked for their secrets to success, there were a couple of themes. That's what I would say. I nearly didn't make it. Delayed gratification unfortunately is what many of us think of, and certainly we're in that place, but I don't know that it's necessarily beneficial to start living large so early. You're paid based on your location. But no, I'm not in that range.Â. Dr. Jim Dahle: A couple guests mentioned choosing the right partner. Nope. For me, there's just certain duties that we have at home and certain responsibilities that come with being part of a family and living in a home together. Woman physician millionaire 3: We were just able to kind of build our wealth more and then having kids later on in that process, I think that helped a bit. My other secret was in public school I learned the magic of compound interest. What advice do you have for those who are a decade or two behind you and wondering, “Hey, can I as a woman physician become a millionaire still?” What advice do you have for them? Woman physician millionaire 4: This is my husband and I together. You make time for kids in life and you make time for work. I say that will all due respect. Dr. Jim Dahle: So, if someone is 15 years behind you, they're a med student, they're a dental student, they're an undergraduate, they're an intern. And so, I was able to save really well and pay off my house and pay off any school debts that I had. Woman physician millionaire 2: He is, yeah. But I divided it all up. Yeah, I think a few things. My parents were here and so I had some extra help that way, which I wouldn't have been able to do otherwise. Dr. Jim Dahle: And I do tell this to people on the forum and in the Facebook group as well. Interview Feedback Essay Workshop Application Cost Calculator MD Applicants DDS Applicants LizzyM Application Assistant Moonlighting.org. That's just always meant that I've stood out. OR---I could never inflate my lifestyle, stay in my little starter home, pay off my vehicles and drive them till they fall apart, do work myself instead of outsourcing everything, and retire 20 years before my peers so I can LIVE without being chained to employment and that precious few weeks of vacation every year. And then my husband makes $100,000. If you'd like to talk about these topics in real-time, feel free to join our private FB groups, Passive Income Docs & Passive Income Professionals . I'm not physically or mentally disabled in any way. I said “I have no idea what you're talking about. If you truly want to be a doctor that’s great. I also helped with my own savings that I earned from working in junior college. So, I think we didn't have to struggle through those early years of childcare and work and things like that. And I got my master's in 2009 in management science and engineering while working full-time and going to school part-time. Our next guest on the White Coat Investor podcast is also going to remain anonymous. (@BillionairePA) sits down with CEO/World Changer, 19 Keys (@19_Keys) to give you every step you should take in order to execute your dreams into existence. Okay. Upload or insert images from URL. Dr. Jim Dahle: Dr. Jim Dahle: Woman physician millionaire 2: Right. The amount of time you're going to spend in your training and learning about the medicine is a very small fraction that can be spent reading a couple books, educate yourself. So, I could come out and make a ton of money easily and have a ton of job available options. But you do, because if you're a hundred percent RVU's, there are certain shifts that are much more profitable shifts. I don't think being a female did anything. And then things that we weren't even thinking about, which is kind of geographical. So, between the two of you, what's been your range of income throughout your career? So if you need $120K in retirement and can get that with a $3M portfolio, but have a pension that will pay $40K/year, you now only need a $2M portfolio. So, that is a lot harder, because as you get more comfortable, they see it. And I think we also got really lucky in real estate and that was pure luck and not scale at all. And then within each of the stock and bond category, we're about 60/40, total U.S. market and then total international. We own one rental property and we have about $70,000 mortgage on that. I'd hate to know what you have to do for the number of hours you have to work to make that, and it isn't even enough to match the standard of living in the majority of the rest of the country (election red states as a reference). Do not saddle yourself with the loans. Why can't you get wealthy on $150k a year? What's your specialty and how far are you out of training? Yeah, it’s not one thing. Dr. Jim Dahle: Finance and a doctor. Invest the surplus.  After taxes, tithing, then 50% savings....do you get to LIVE? Woman physician millionaire 5: Happy to be here. Woman physician millionaire 3: I do have a higher income spouse who is a physician assistant, but that year we made $170,000 total together. Thank you. Woman physician millionaire 2: And honestly, at first it hurt. I do think that one of our pitfalls was having a financial advisor and not having one that was good for us or really understanding. And they're still alive there. The older one, he's almost four. Most careers never hit 6 figures in a year, so to even be close to that, I would feel wealthy enough to drive a decent car, take care of housing and children situation, and having a spouse with an income would only make that easier. What would you tell that person? Okay. But yeah, we bought a house that was much less than we could probably cash flow, things like that. He specializes in working with residents and fellows early in their careers to set up sound financial and insurance strategies. So, this podcast is for your entertainment and information only and should not be considered official personalized financial advice. All right. Medicine is not easy. Dr. Jim Dahle: Yeah. Dr. Jim Dahle: Know what you're getting into. We decided to move back to Kentucky where we were both born and raised and we sold our house. Dr. Jim Dahle: Thanks for sharing and thanks for being one of the non-doctor listeners out there. Dr. Jim Dahle: Yeah. Dr. Jim Dahle: Woman millionaire: And the third would be to try your best to choose a partner whose values around money are in line with yours. Dr. Jim Dahle: But we also talked about a few things that are a bit more specific. And what's been your range of income throughout your career? And by that time, I got out, it was $220,000 or so. So, first of all, I came out of residency, pregnant with twins. Thank you. And so, doing that, and then I guess, continuing that when I became an independent contractor and just kind of did my own SEP IRA. It is the temporary supplement to the Pennsylvania Code, which is the official codification of rule, regulations and other statutorily authorized documents.The Governor publishes executive orders, proclamations, and the like. Woman physician millionaire 3: Total net worth is just under $7 million. Why? She said the scheduling wasn't equitable, which affected salaries. Yeah, it's hard to say. × You can post now and register later. I liked the way you phrased that, gave yourself a raise by actually tracking where your money was going. So, really just compound interest and doing what you're supposed to do in terms of spending less money and trusting that it will all work out. What seems absurd to you is normal for me, and there are people a few levels above me saving living on rice and beans, having no hobbies that cost money, and riding a bike everywhere...which I find unappealing. You mentioned earlier, your upbringing was maybe a little bit rough. Luckily, my brother in law Sean Tedesco is a financial guru and author of the blog Networth Millionaire . '” So I then asked that to later interviewees knowing I never asked it to anyone (men or women) the first time I did this. You've got this and we can help. The way I see it, I can be a typical American consumer and save about 10%, inflate my lifestyle and accommodations every few years, "live for the now" (aka spend for happiness), and retire at the typical age of 60-65 if I'm lucky. Woman physician millionaire 3: I got divorced once but i had a negative worth at the time . You can make a lot of mistakes and still be okay in the end. And what were your secrets to success? 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