Retiring Comfortably

September 29, 2016
Ending your practice, replacing your income, and planning your estate. You’ve worked hard for decades and in the later stages of your medical career. If you’ve taken the proper steps, your finances are secure. You’ve paid off your debts and mortgage, your family is provided for, and you have a nest egg built up for retirement. As you transition into retirement, there are still important decisions for you to make.
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