Common Money Mistakes in Your 30s

When today’s physicians enter the workplace, they come armed with a medical degree, a completed residency … and an average of $183,000 in student debt.1 

After years of sacrifice and hard work, the arrival of your first paycheck as a physician is a defining moment that could shape your personal finances for years to come.  […]

The Secret to Retirement for Physicians

What would you like to be doing if you weren’t practicing medicine?

More and more family physicians are planning ahead so they can either afford an early retirement or—as in most cases—switch to another career.

This tendency is credited mainly to feelings of burn out, lower morale and overwhelming paperwork, as shown in The Physicians Foundation […]

The Benefits of Hiring a CPA

Your finances are important to you. But you may not have enough time to go through piles of paper work and receipts to know where you could be losing or making money. As a family physician, your busy schedule could use a helping hand. CPAs or certified public accountants play an integral part in […]

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