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    Doctors and students share their tips on starting the first year of medical school right

    Students and physicians discuss what new medical students need to know in order to succeed in their first year.

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  • The work-life balance challenge: Insights from the 2019 Canadian Women in Medicine Conference1:43

    The work-life balance challenge: Insights from the 2019 Canadian Women in Medicine Conference

    At the 2019 Canadian Women in Medicine conference, we wanted to know about conference attendees’ biggest challenges as practising physicians, and how they manage their work-life balance. Here’s what

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  • How to plan for a sabbatical

    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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  • How to conquer imposter syndrome in medical school and beyond

    How to conquer imposter syndrome in medical school and beyond

    Even well-trained, experienced physicians can suffer from imposter syndrome. Fortunately, there are effective ways to counteract it.

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    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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    How Canadian physicians are preparing for retirement

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  • MD Advisors Are Here for You, Today and Always - Suzanne Verreault & Joanne Paquin2:21

    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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  • 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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  • As expected, the Bank of Canada holds interest rates steady

    As expected, the Bank of Canada holds interest rates steady

    The Bank of Canada announced today that it is holding interest rates steady—for the time being. Going forward, it says rates will need to rise at least 0.75% to reach a more neutral range.

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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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  • 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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  • Spring 2019: Fund and portfolio update2:46

    Spring 2019: Fund and portfolio update

    As stock markets bounced back in Q1 2019, so too did MD funds and portfolios. Additionally, bonds posted some of their strongest returns in recent years, reasserting their role in a balanced portfolio

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  • Spring 2019: Macroeconomic review1:43

    Spring 2019: Macroeconomic review

    Global markets rebounded strongly in the first quarter of 2019, recouping late 2018 losses. We remain optimistic as a neutral U.S. Federal Reserve is supportive, and early signs of Chinese stabilizati

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  • The Bank of Canada is unlikely to raise rates any time soon

    The Bank of Canada is unlikely to raise rates any time soon

    As expected, the Bank of Canada didn’t raise interest rates this week and have indicated that they won’t be raising any time soon. We take a look at the BoCs rationale and its latest Monetary Policy.

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  • The role of IPOs: Why we chose not to ride with Lyft

    The role of IPOs: Why we chose not to ride with Lyft

    Ride sharing company Lyft can teach us about the importance of initial public offerings (IPOs) and the challenges to assessing and investing in IPOs.

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    Registered disability savings plans

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    Putting market volatility in perspective

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  • Shut down the border! What a U.S.-Mexico border closure could mean

    Shut down the border! What a U.S.-Mexico border closure could mean

    Donald Trump is threatening to close the U.S.-Mexico border if Mexico doesn't do something about migrants travelling through on their way to the U.S. Here's a look at what a border shutdown would look

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  • Tax deductions and credits all physicians should know about

    Tax deductions and credits all physicians should know about

    Be sure to claim all the tax deductions and tax credits you’re eligible for as a physician in Canada, including medical, moving, childcare, caregiver and disability.

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