Tax free, investing for physicians just got more interestingMar 01, 2023
Bonds are boring, aren't they? Well, not anymore.
Recent rate increases make bonds more interesting than they've been in years. Better, some bonds yield interest that's tax-free, making them a match for many overtaxed physician families.
Listen in as Ben and Nate answer questions like:
- What is a bond?
- How do they work?
- How can physicians invest in bonds?
- Where do bonds belong in my portfolio?
- What risks do bonds hold and how do you manage them?
WARNING: Do not listen to this episode while operating a vehicle as certain statements may spark extreme emotions causing drivers to lose control of everything but their tax bills!
IN THIS EPISODE
- [1:41] What is a bond, and how does it work?
- [3:26] Why would someone choose a municipal or treasury bond vs. a corporate bond?
- [6:17] What is considered when investing in bonds?
- [9:24] Why not just buy the tax-exempt bonds?
- [10:25] Ben and Nate walk through a real-life example of corporate bonds.
- [13:27] Why buy bonds?
- [17:47] How do you buy a municipal bond?
- [20:08] How can you lose money from bonds?
- [24:01] Final thoughts on how physicians should use bonds.
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