Practising and Saving

June 15, 2016
Reducing financial burdens and meeting financial obligations. You’ve reached the middle of your medical career. You might be in your peak earning years, but you still have a lot to save for – your children’s education, your retirement and maybe even your parents’ needs. You might have paid off all or most of your student debt, but new financial obligations are taking its place.
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