Getting insurance, saving for family, and making big financial decisions. Your medical practice is off to a great start, you’re married, and you may have even bought your first home. Now what? Maybe you’re contemplating your future and starting a family – which means additional financial responsibilities. But what do you need to do to protect your family’s future?
What Young Physicians Are Asking About Private Corporations
Medical students, residents and new physicians are closely watching the private corporation issue and wonde...
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When it's time to retire
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A smart practice: Splitting income to keep more of your money
Income splitting is a tax strategy that allows a higher-income earning spouse to equalize their income with their lower-income earning partner to effectively lower their overall tax bill.
Sector Scan: A hot day in Paris
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Pay yourself first: A savings strategy that leaves more in your pocket
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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 to Prioritize Your Goals
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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.
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