MD Quick Clinic – Should I Invest or Pay Down My Debt?

January 20, 2015

As a physician just starting your career, should you use your money to invest or to pay down debt? It’s an important question. In this MD Quick Clinic, you will see how an MD Advisor will help you: • Create a strategy • Pay down debts • Seize investment opportunities • Track your progress MD Financial Management is owned by the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) and offers expert total financial management advice to physician members of the CMA, from medical students and residents to practicing and retired physicians.


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