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Personal Finance

Personal Finance

Physicians may want to think twice prior to purchasing dental insurance. Here's why.

Unforeseen long-term care expenses are common in retirement and relying on Medicare, Medicaid, or self-funding may not be prudent. Here are options to consider.

Umbrella coverage is one of my first and strongest recommendations to physician clients. Here's why.

Although there are many ways to save for a child's college education, I recommend that my clients consider these two methods.

Good asset protection goes far beyond mitigating malpractice risks. Some exposures, like financial fraud and identity theft, peak during the holidays.

Physician clients often ask whether it is wiser to pay off debt or invest in the stock and bond markets. Here's what I tell them.

One important skill that helped you become a physician can also help you become financially successful. Unfortunately, many forget it after residency.

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  • Changing tax laws and other financial issues are a lot for a physician and his office to keep up with. So what can you do to ensure you follow all the necessary guidelines to protect yourself and your practice? You can ask for some help.

  • Podcast

    Michael Williams, managing partner of Weitz & Williams CPAs and member of the National CPA Healthcare Advisors Association, discusses some of the changes to this year's tax code that could affect physicians.

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