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What would it mean physicians if the Fed raises interest rates again? Here is a guide that breaks down the scenario.

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The economy is an uncertain state. Physicians would be wise to take proactive measures to protect their assets in case of another recession.

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Among the many risks physicians must proactively protect themselves against is the economy itself.

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There are a lot of common sense facts about investing money, but despite this reality, physicians can still screw up and hurt personal finances.

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As physicians and their families get ready to enjoy summer, a few basic safety tips will help keep you, your property and your assets safe.

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What should physicians be wary of when looking at their investment portfolio in retirement? Here are a few possible trouble spots.

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What are some of the risk factors doctors face, both personal and professional, to protect their assets? Here are some potential ones.

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