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MedFI is a personal space to enjoy the catharsis of writing, share opinions and to document the journey towards financial independence for both accountability and posterity. Along that journey it would be great to provoke thought and reflection on personal finance in those in similar circumstances.


SIPPs and NHS Pension

This post builds on our existing NHS Pension series. Throughout the post we’ve put links, where relevant, to the appropriate prior material. We do, however, suggest refreshing your understanding of the NHS Pension prior to reading on. One method of saving money for retirement is to use a Self-Invested Personal Pension (SIPP). How does a SIPPContinue reading “SIPPs and NHS Pension”

Pay rise half-truths

The government this week announced a pay rise for a swathe of public sector employees, among them doctors. If you thought this would bring about high fives, congratulatory back slaps and the medical community celebrating a Covid-induced financial reward you’d be very much mistaken. The announcement contains an (un)healthy dose of spin, papers over cracksContinue reading “Pay rise half-truths”


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