Physicians: Is Your Planned Inheritance Protected?
Physicians should take some special precautions if they expect a substantial inheritance. Here's why.
Three Tips for Physicians Saving for Retirement
Although investment returns rarely are consistent year by year, we can make assumptions based on annualized returns over a period of many years.
Why Physicians Should Not Put Assets in a Spouse's Name
High-income earners sometimes transfer substantial amounts of family assets to their nonworking spouses. Here's why this is a big mistake.
What Physicians Should Know About Irrevocable Trusts
The key difference between a revocable living trust and an irrevocable trust and when and why physicians should consider using them.
What Physicians Should Know About Living Trusts
Living trusts exist in almost every estate plan, yet their uses and meaning are vague to most. Here is some guidance.
Estate Planning Tips for Physicians: Wills vs. Trusts
Most estate plans contain both a will and a trust or trusts. While both can name beneficiaries for your property, the differences sometimes cause confusion.
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