Rollover Options for your Medical Practice's Retirement Plan
If your practice is acquired or part of a merger, you need to decide the fate of your retirement plan. So consider the costs and flexibility of your options.
Physicians: Are You Paying Too Much for Your Investments?
Knowing the costs of your investments and how those costs relate to your ultimate return is an important part of investor education for physicians.
How Physicians Can Create a Plan for Financial Independence
It makes sense to regularly review your financial goals, decide if you are on a path to meet them, and if you have assembled the best team to help you succeed.
How Medical Decision Making and Investing Are Alike
Applying the same evidence-based thinking you use in your medical practice can actually create a more efficient investment portfolio for you personally.
Retirement Planning for Physicians: Where to Begin
Understanding your spending needs and creating a realistic savings plan is one of the cornerstones of a financial plan for physicians.
Why Physicians Need a Financial Adviser
Don't lose time you could be managing your practice, seeing patients, or spending time with family to micromanage your finances. Get some outside help instead.
Protect Your Medical Practice, Personal Assets from Outside Threats
Developing a comprehensive strategy to decrease or transfer risk should be part of every physician's financial plan.
From Residency to Retirement: Financial Planning for Physicians
As a physician you must apply the same techniques to management of your personal finances that you would in evaluating and caring for a patient.
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