What would it mean physicians if the Fed raises interest rates again? Here is a guide that breaks down the scenario.
Steven Podnos, MD, CFP
There are a lot of common sense facts about investing money, but despite this reality, physicians can still screw up and hurt personal finances.
What should physicians be wary of when looking at their investment portfolio in retirement? Here are a few possible trouble spots.
What do physicians have to know about buying index funds? Here is a look into this type of financial investment.
Are you interested in putting money into alternative investments? Stay away, warns physician financial planner, Steven Podnos.
Part two of a two-part series in which physician buyouts are explored and whether or not the financial offerings make sense for you.
In part one of a two-part series, Steven Podnos talks about hospitals buying out physician practices while weighing the positives and negatives.
If you are weighing whether or not to take Social Security early or wait it out, here are a few considerations that you should have.
You can check on patients and correct errors by regularly looking at their data, but you can’t do the same with investments.
How can you make sure your money keeps working for you in retirement? Here are some strategies for investment in the latter years of your life.