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    How to plan for a sabbatical

    Tips for doctors who are considering taking a sabbatical to combat burnout or to learn new skills.

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  • What type of investor are you?

    What type of investor are you?

    What kind of investor are you? Here’s an easy way to decide if you have the investment service you want and are getting the level of advice you need.

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    MD Advisors Are Here for You, Today and Always - Suzanne Verreault & Joanne Paquin

    MD has always been the right financial firm for physicians and physician-centred advice. The MD Advisors you’ve always trusted—the people who know physicians and their finances best—are still here and

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    MD Advisors Are Here for You, Today and Always - Elizabeth Giami

    MD has always been the right financial firm for physicians and physician-centred advice. The MD Advisors you’ve always trusted—the people who know physicians and their finances best—are still here and

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  • 4 financial challenges for new physicians

    4 financial challenges for new physicians

    This is it - you are finally ready to launch your career in medicine. But after years of training, you may face financial challenges that are particular to new physicians.

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  • Understanding robo-advisors

    Understanding robo-advisors

    If you’re interested in an easy-to-use, digital and low-cost way to choose and manage your investments, this guide is for you.

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  • A Physician's financial life journeys!

    A Physician's financial life journeys!

    As you move through life, your needs change. Do you your financial goals...

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  • Is incorporation the right choice?

    Dr. A, a 37-year-old family physician in Toronto, wonders whether incorporation is a worthwhile strategy.

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  • What Kind of MD Investor are You?

    What Kind of MD Investor are You?

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  • How One Physician Used Her Locum Experiences to Get a Financial Head Start

    A locum tenens is an ideal way to gain experience in a variety of settings while giving yourself a financial head start, but it also comes with some unique financial challenges.

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  • TFSAs: Tackling Your Most Frequently Asked Questions

    Here are the most commonly asked or frequently asked questions about tax-free savings accounts (TFSA). How to open a TFSA, what to hold in a TFSA, withdrawing from a TFSA.

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  • Mindfulness Techniques to Help Physicians De-Stress

    Mindfulness Techniques to Help Physicians De-Stress

    Are you overwhelmed, stressed, or distracted by thoughts of the past or the future? Mindfulness can help to re-focus you on the present moment and bring a sense of calm to your mood.

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  • Make The Locum Life Work For You

    Choosing to work a locum tenens is an attractive option for many physicians. For some, it’s a temporary measure to earn income and pay down debt while they look for a more permanent position.

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  • Three Things You Should Know About RESPs

    A post-secondary education is an important asset for participating in a modern economy, but getting one can be expensive. When you add up the costs of tuition, school-related fees, books,...

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  • RRSPs and TFSAs in Action: Case Studies at Different Life Stages

    These case studies look at how you can effectively use RRSPs and TFSAs to maximize benefits by looking at key factors such as age, career stage of physicians or specific financial goals.

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  • Financial advice helped this client recover from one financial mistake, and avoid another

    Dr. E counts himself among the lucky ones. After overcoming a financial setback in his early 40s, he nearly made a colossal mistake a decade later that could still be affecting him.

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  • Tax Instalment Payments: Five Things New Physicians Need to Know

    If you are a self-employed physician, you will need to pay your taxes in quarterly instalments. Here’s how to figure out what you owe.

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  • Tips for Negotiating Your First Salary

    Medical residents across Canada know exactly what they can make—and what their peers are making. Salaries are set out by collective agreements between provincial resident associations and...

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  • Before You Buy a Home: 5 Questions for New Physicians

    Before You Buy a Home: 5 Questions for New Physicians

    If you’re a new physician thinking of buying a home, here are some things to consider. When should you buy? What is your debt level? How much can you afford?

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  • Spring cleaning? Let’s tackle your financial clutter

    Spring cleaning? Let’s tackle your financial clutter

    If you have financial clutter, here are some tips on decluttering your financial life, including tossing financial papers, consolidating your accounts and paying down debt.

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