Eliminating Debt



The best way I can describe this book is “Dave Ramsey for Doctors without the bad investing advice.”

James Dahle M.D.
The White Coat Investor

Too many doctors are carrying perpetual debt and giving away a large chunk of each paycheck as interest to the bank. The Doctors Guide to Eliminating Debt can show you how to pay off debt faster than you imagined—including your house.

Being in debt is not a default condition. Understand the real cost and that it’s not too late to change the course of your financial life. Being debt-free is empowering, liberating, and invigorating, but most doctors don’t realize they can do it without significant sacrifice.

You don’t have to carry lifelong debt

If you are feeling trapped by your financial obligations, realize there is a way out. In this book, you’ll find what you need to know to:

  • Choose the best path if you are drowning in debt
  • Recognize biased financial advice
  • Pay off student loans and your house—faster than you expected
  • Balance spending, loan repayment, and investing
  • Make compound interest work for you, instead of against you
  • Retire sooner than you expected

This second book in the Doctors Guide series shows you how to establish control of your money—and ultimately your life.


          What Others Have to Say:


 12/5/18, The Frugal Physician

“If I were in Harry Potter, Dr. Fawcett would be my patronus. Seriously, the book documents, in an easy to read way, everything I learned the hard way. I wish I had read this way earlier in my journey to learn about finances….I highly recommend it to anyone trying to get started with understanding money….I love how Dr. Fawcett uses medical similes to explain difficult to understand financial topics….So, what are you waiting for?  Gain some wisdom, son!   This book is worth the money.

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10/21/18, The Debt Free Doctor

“It’s such a great and must read book.”

“This book is a quick read that any health care professional student or young doctor could certainly benefit from reading. We, as doctors, don’t have an income problem. We usually suffer from an expense problem and are not willing to face it. This book helps us to face our debts head on and put together a plan to do something about it.”

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5/11/18, The Physician Philosopher

“The reason to buy this book is to provide perspective.  Perspective that medical students, residents, and young medical professionals desperately need. After all, you cannot fix a problem if you don’t realize how big the problem is first.  It’s just like an iceberg.”

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4/23/18, Wealthy Doc

“Getting out of debt isn’t just about eliminating the trouble and stress.  It is also about being able to embrace a fuller life…..Do yourself a favor and let Dr. Fawcett’s excellent book be your guide to get out from the financial hole you found yourself in.”

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4/20/18, Dr. B.C. Krygowski

“Within seven hours of Dr. Fawcett’s book showing up at our house, the remainder of my student loans were paid off!”

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5/16/17, Physician on Fire

“But this book isn’t just a how-to. It also covers why-to. Dr. Fawcett shares his debt story and how he attacked debt when he realized it was getting out of hand.”

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12/11/16, Dr. Pam Wible

“Imagine seeing patients because you want to (not because you have to). Best of all: you’ll be able to live your dream.”

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“I am motivated now to retire at 60 instead of 65, thanks to you. The rat race is getting to me a bit and the chance to operate as a locums rather than a slave to my job is appealing.”

– Rob Bents, MD

“The Doctors Guide to Eliminating Debt inspires in a meaningful way and helps put a plan in action. This is an important book for anyone pursuing a medical career.”

– William Merbs, Vice-Chair & Instructor of Anatomy, Medical Anatomical Sciences, Western University

7/25/18, My First Big Investment Blunder