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    Doctors and students share their tips on starting the first year of medical school right

    Students and physicians discuss what new medical students need to know in order to succeed in their first year.

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  • Introduction to medical practice incorporation

    Introduction to medical practice incorporation

    Many businesses incorporate to take advantage of certain benefits, but there's more to think about when incorporating a medical practice.

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  • Planning for retirement - focus on lifestyle first

    Planning for retirement - focus on lifestyle first

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  • Pre-retirement goal-setting

    Pre-retirement goal-setting

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  • Is incorporation right for you?

    Is incorporation right for you?

    If you are thinking of incorporating your medical practice, here are five questions to ask yourself.

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  • Five tips to get retirement ready

    Five tips to get retirement ready

    Here’s 5 tips that you can use now to keep your retirement plans on track.

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  • Anxious about retirement? Three small steps to get your retirement plan up and running

    Anxious about retirement? Three small steps to get your retirement plan up and running

    Retirement represents a significant life transition, and feelings of worry are common among physicians contemplating retirement.

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  • Medical Practice Incorporation0:38

    Medical Practice Incorporation

    Thinking of incorporating your medical practice? Here’s why you might want to give incorporation some thought...

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  • Doctors and retirement: It’s complicated

    Doctors and retirement: It’s complicated

    Talking finance is often seen as taboo for physicians — but that’s starting to change.

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  • Physicians in Quebec: Juggling a medical career with having a baby

    Physicians in Quebec: Juggling a medical career with having a baby

    Everything you want to know about maternity leave, parental leave and parent benefits in Quebec.

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  • Don’t miss out: Follow these steps to get your B.C. Contributory Professional Retirement Savings Plan benefit

    Don’t miss out: Follow these steps to get your B.C. Contributory Professional Retirement Savings Plan benefit

    Steps for physicians to follow to get their B.C. Contributory Professional Retirement Savings Plan benefit, or CPRSP benefit.

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  • B.C. physicians: Are you leaving retirement savings on the table?

    B.C. physicians: Are you leaving retirement savings on the table?

    The Contributory Professional Retirement Savings Plan (CPRSP) is a benefit available to doctors in British Columbia.

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  • Best of the web: A few back-to-school tips for parents

    Best of the web: A few back-to-school tips for parents

    How to sleep more, read more and control your children’s screen time.

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  • Should you consider an individual pension plan?

    Should you consider an individual pension plan?

    Incorporated physicians can use an individual pension plan (IPP) to reduce taxes and save for retirement

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  • Should you agree to be someone’s executor?

    Should you agree to be someone’s executor?

    If you have been named or asked to be an executor, be sure you understand the full extent of the responsibility.

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  • MD Physician Retirement Readiness Study

    MD Physician Retirement Readiness Study

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  • Five key findings about how Canadian physicians are preparing for retirement

    Five key findings about how Canadian physicians are preparing for retirement

    The MD Physician Retirement Readiness Study explores how Canadian physicians are thinking about and preparing for retirement.

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  • Summer 2019: MD funds and portfolios continue to demonstrate strength2:57

    Summer 2019: MD funds and portfolios continue to demonstrate strength

    As global markets continued to ride high, so too did MD funds and portfolios. We also implemented MD Precision Portfolio Strategy—our new strategic asset allocation, aiming to provide greater portfoli

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  • Summer 2019: We remain optimistic on macroeconomic conditions1:31

    Summer 2019: We remain optimistic on macroeconomic conditions

    Global markets continued the strong start to 2019 in the second quarter. At this time, we remain optimistic as the probability of recession over the next 12 months remains low. North American markets

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  • The work-life balance challenge: Insights from the 2019 Canadian Women in Medicine Conference1:43

    The work-life balance challenge: Insights from the 2019 Canadian Women in Medicine Conference

    At the 2019 Canadian Women in Medicine conference, we wanted to know about conference attendees’ biggest challenges as practising physicians, and how they manage their work-life balance. Here’s what

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