Monthly Archives: February 2013

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 […]

By |February 27th, 2013|Accounting|0 Comments|

Ten Money Tips for New Physicians

Frustrated? You bet. You’re a second-year resident and still juggling the checkbook, trying to decide which bill to pay today, which to put off a few days. Might as well get used to it. Building wealth takes time, whatever your income.
It’s all about money management. Here are ten tips to help you manage and […]

Family Docs Speak: Challenges

What is the greatest challenge you face as a family physician?

It should come as no surprise that family medicine is a rewarding practice. And despite the predicted shortage of family physicians in the near future, the current physician workforce is forging ahead, providing comprehensive care to hundreds of patients every day. Family docs take […]

By |February 19th, 2013|Family Docs|0 Comments|

Disability Insurance: Get It Now, You May Need It Later

To your patients, you may be a superhero but even superheroes need protection. From auto insurance to life insurance, there are many ways doctors protect themselves as people and as professionals. However, one form of insurance that tends to be overlooked or often misunderstood by doctors and people in general, is disability insurance.

In our […]

What Every Physician Should Know When Buying Life Insurance

As a family physician, you have a lot on your mind. From your patients and your practice to your family and your own individual well-being,  your attention is constantly divided. So buying life insurance is probably the last thing on your mind. While the purchasing process for life insurance can seem daunting, it’s an important […]