Common Provisions of Physician Employment Contracts
Although, physicians are by no means expected to be experts at reviewing employment contracts, they should be able to review and understand the common terms and provisions on their own.
Reviewing Your Employment Contract
Receiving an employment contract can be the most nerve-racking event to date for a new physician. Understanding the contract's basic elements allows physicians to better evaluate their job offers.
Purchasing and Financing a Home Can Differ for Physicians
Typically, the biggest purchase any of us will make in our lives is a home, and there are many ways to make errors. There are some considerations physicians need to consider differently from other home buyers.
Pre- vs. Post-Tax Retirement Savings: Roth IRA Opportunities for Physicians
To give you the most options and choices at retirement you should consider stashing your nest egg away in both pre- and post-tax accounts.
The Retirement Equation
What to take into account when analyzing what you should be saving for retirement, and how to adjust if you're off target.
Construction and Use of a Credit Score
An often overlooked asset by most physicians is their credit score, but the importance of credit and the significance of monitoring your credit score on a consistent basis cannot be understated.
Building a Base for Financial Planning
There's much that needs to be done when putting together a comprehensive financial plan, but first, you need a strong foundation.
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