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Nov 29, 2018

In today’s episode, we talk with Nikki Ramskill, The Female Money Doc! She is the first ever doctor in the U.K. to be blogging about money. Listen in as she shares how she got into debt in the first place and why she feels it is important to share what she has learned about debt freedom, budgeting and investing for your future. She also tells us all about the differences between medical training in the U.K. versus the U.S. and how those differences can affect your financial future.

In this episode, you will learn:

  • Why she started the blog after getting into debt and realizing she needed to get her finances in order.
  • Why she feels that the space for women talking about finance is opening up and important to our lives.
  • How retirement savings works in the U.K. including mandatory pensions.
  • How much medical school and training for physicians costs in the U.K. and how their repayment system works.
  • What the differences are between medical training in the U.K. versus the U.S.
  • Why she chose to switch from OB/GYN to a General Practitioner career.

Nikki Ramskill is a U.K. based physician who has a special interest in how money affects her patients both mentally and physically. She has a wealth of personal experience when it comes to making money mistakes. She is now on a mission to help others avoid the same so they can improve their health and well being.

Links we discussed in the show:

Quotes from The Female Money Doc:

  • “I’m really passionate about getting women into investing because it just doesn’t happen.”
  • “It’s our responsibility to make it easy for people to understand”
  • “I want to work for myself independently and choose how I work.”

Special thank you to this week’s show sponsors: Larry Keller from Physician Financial Services!

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