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Fall 2018: Macroeconomic Review
Earnings growth has been strong across different sectors and the U.S. continues to lead the way. We’ve seen disparity between the performance of developed market equities and emerging market equites.
How to take time off for parental leave, while being a doctor
As a doctor, it’s never easy to know the “right” time to start a family: how will you plan a pregnancy or adoption, take time off with a newborn, and still care for patients and a career?As a...
Pay yourself first: A savings strategy that leaves more in your pocket
Time and cash can be in short supply during the demanding years of med school and residency. When it comes to money, you may find it hard enough just to stay ahead of expenses. So how do you plan...
Growth through compounding
United States Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA): Meet the new NAFTA
It took 13 months, but Canada, the U.S. and Mexico have finalized the new NAFTA, the United States Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA).
Why you may want to diversify with emerging market equities
Biting into Apple’s new iPhones and why we’re still underweight
Investors and enthusiasts alike watched closely as Apple unveiled its latest iPhones. MD Financial Management takes a closer look at Apple’s business and future prospects.
Opa! Greece declares financial independence
Greece finally ends its bailout, symbolizing the end of the European debt crisis. Things are improving but issues like ongoing austerity measures, debt repayment and unemployment still linger.
Easy tips for saving more money
Easy tips for saving more money
Six financial challenges for new physicians
Ready to launch your career in medicine? Here are unique financial challenges you may face.
Medical Residents: Your Top 10 Questions About Lines of Credit Answered
How is a Medical Student and Resident Line of Credit different from a student loan? Lines of credit and student loans each have two parties: a borrower (that’s you) and a lender. ...
How Getting Through Med School Is Like Summiting Everest, and Four Simple Rules That Can Help
The path to becoming a physician can be like climbing Mount Everest. It demands unquestioning dedication and effort—but the reward is the fulfillment of a major personal goal.
Tax Instalment Payments: Five Things New Physicians Need to Know
Transitioning into practice can be both exciting and stressful. On the business side, there are a number of financial planning issues you’ll need to address. One of these is managing your...
New Mortgage Rules Reduce What You Can Borrow
The federal government has been tightening mortgage rules to try to limit how much debt Canadians take on. Learn more about how the new mortgage stress test may affect how much you can borrow.
Staying in Control: Emotional Investing
Market volatility can make us feel uncomfortable, which may cloud our investment decisions. Here are some common investing pitfalls that are driven by emotion, and ways to avoid them.
4 Financial Challenges of Medical Students
Embarking on a career in medicine is both exciting and rewarding. But during your training and as you begin practice, you could face some of these financial challenges.
How a Profitable Hobby Led to a Financial Opportunity
Dr. F., a retired physician, wants to know how he can share his income with his grandchildren in a tax-efficient manner.
Will med school debt derail this student’s goals?
“David,” 24, is borrowing a lot of money for medical school. But a solid plan provides peace of mind.
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.
How One Physician Used Her Locum Experiences to Get a Financial Head Start