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Boost your credit score: A primer for your medical career
Steps you can take to establish and maintain a good credit score
How medical residents can develop good financial habits
If you are a medical resident in debt, should you start saving and investing? Here’s why you need to understand your debt and cash flow and set up a savings and investment plan.
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.
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.
Federal Budget’s New Proposed Rules: A Primer for Medical Residents
This primer will help you grasp the basics behind incorporating a medical practice and understand how the proposed tax changes in the 2018 federal budget could affect you in the future.
4 financial challenges facing medical residents
One resident’s plan to get financially fit
If you're a medical resident with significant medical school debt, consider student-loan forgiveness programs, and learn how to manage your cash flow.
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.
Can a young physician start a family and avoid debt?
Dr. B, a 29-year-old family physician in Quebec, worries about balancing maternity leave with her financial goals.
Three Essential Types of Insurance for New Physicians
As a physician starting your career, you may have insurance needs that are higher than those of other Canadians your age. After all, your ability to earn an income is one of your most valuable...
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...
Do Young Physicians Need an Estate Plan?
To most young adults starting out in their careers, estate planning seems like something for much older and much wealthier people. But even if you don’t have a long list of potential heirs or much...
Why Medical Residents Need A Financial Strategy
Is there any value in developing a financial strategy if you have very little money or if you’re in debt from medical school? The answer is yes. At any stage in your life, there are things you can...
A Physician's financial life journeys!
As you move through life, your needs change. Do you your financial goals...
Make Your Move to School or Residency Tax-Deductible
If you are relocating this year, whether for medical school or residency, keep in mind that you can deduct a number of moving expenses on your tax return.
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.
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.
Rent or buy: What to think about before you decide
Tips for helping medical residents and new-to-practice physicians decide whether to rent or buy a home.
Financing medical school and residency: Understanding your borrowing options
Everything you need to know about borrowing for medical school and how lines of credit work.
The ultimate guide to financing your medical school education