I would go with these ones too.Kennedy wrote: ↑Fri Oct 16, 2020 8:55 pm 1) Select your future spouse carefully.
2) Avoid divorce.
3) Take advantage of HSA accounts early on.
4) Live way below your means until you are able to sock away an amount of money so you could live reasonably comfortable for the rest of your life if SHTF and you can't maintain your high income.
5) Things happen in life (illness, disability, life), so don't take your high income for granted.
6) Buy disability and life insurance early on before anything bad happens.
And in point 1 it would be someone who has good money sense, is not a spendthrift, does not drink Grey Goose vodka, doesn't need to wear high end brand name labels bought retail and changed every season etc. Someone who in 'The Millionaire Next Door' would be a PAW - Prodigious Accumulator of Wealth (as compared to many MDs who wind up being UAWs - Under Accumulators of Wealth).
For 6 I would suggest that when buying life insurance it should be term life rather than permanent.
For further in depth discussions and suggestions from MDs go to https://www.whitecoatinvestor.com/. I would definitely look at old threads on life insurance and 'Biggest Financial Mistakes - Stupid Doctor Tricks' and various other related blog posts.
Recognize that you are a 'Whale' and many people will see you as an opportunity to make money. You can lessen the risk of being taken advantage of by not looking like a whale - blue jeans, beater car, no McMansion, no Rolex, etc.