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Steven Podnos, MD, CFP

Steven Podnos, MD, CFP

Steven Podnos, MD, CFP, is a critical care physician and fee-only financial planner.  He is the principal of Wealth Care LLC in Central Florida.   E-mail him here.

 

 

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It’s in our nature to want to buy the winners and sell the losers. Successful investing often involves the opposite.

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Life insurance is very rarely a good investment. The vast majority of physicians and staff should only buy enough to replace potentially lost income.

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Why using someone with the CFP designation is the correct course of action when looking for advice on finances as a physician.

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It can cost up to 10 percent of the value of a home to live in it each year. Here are a few ways home ownership adds up.

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When planning for retirement, it's important physicians calculate how much inflation will affect your pension and other sources of income.

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The topic is complex, but understanding rising interest rates is important when evaluating fixed income investments.

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I'm often asked how much life insurance physicians require and what type I recommend. Here are my answers.

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Here are some common financial questions I'm asked that I frankly don't know the answer to, as well as a few I do have guidance on.

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Here's a look at the ups and downs of low interest rates and what they mean for physician investors.

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Leaving assets can be particularly tricky with spendthrift heirs or those with personal issues. Here are two financial vehicles to consider.

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