What Happens When You Live on Half Your Household Income
Living on half of your take-home pay, or to put it another way, saving and investing as much as you spend, should lead to financial independence in roughly 15 to 20 years.
Three Content Marketing Steps to Achieving Success For Medical Practices
Result-oriented medical practice content marketing requires going the extra mile.
When Physicians Consolidate, Medical Prices Climb
Studies have found that medical prices climb as more mergers and acquisitions occur in the health care industry.
Financial Consulting, Investor Trust with New CFP Board Fiduciary Rule
Investor trust has to be earned and if the new rules are followed, the financial industry will objectively and smartly help those who wish to participate.
A Tax Windfall for Parents of Private School Children
A highly tax-advantaged investment plan for funding college education expenses, now allows the use of this money for private elementary and secondary schools, including parochial schools.
The Medical Reimbursement Alphabet
Medical billing is complex, but whether you outsource this process or take a more hands-on approach, familiarity with the factors that go into reimbursement is necessary.
2017 Tax Return Points Way to Tax Savings in 2018 and Beyond
Tax changes make planning more complex; consider changing withholding and quarterly tax payments, and other tax-smart strategies.
What Does Comprehensive Financial Planning Mean to You?
“Financial Planning” and “Financial Planner” can have various and sometimes misleading meanings.
Life Insurance Policies That Don't Make Sense: Three Examples
Life insurance is a necessary risk management tool, but insurance against any risk should be purchased only where a rational cost-benefit analysis can be conducted.
Donor Advised Funds: Convenience and Cost
"The ease of transferring appreciated stock with donor-advised funds sounds so delicious.” — Anonymous
Want to Do Better Than Bonds? Consider Fixed Indexed, Fixed-Rate Annuities
Bond yields are low, so how can investors get a better return without taking on more risk?
Maturing Life Insurance Policies Create Tax Bills, May Shortchange You
Strategies to fix the problem.
Market Plunge Plus Withdrawals During Early Years of Retirement May Cause Portfolio Death Spiral
The challenge is to get the best combination of yield and liquidity from the guaranteed portion of your retirement savings.
Making Financial Decisions: The Endowment Effect
The role of loss-aversion and ownership.
10 Medical Student Resume Writing Tips You Need to Know
Whether you're just starting your journey of academia or are a recent medical school graduate, like all job-hunting processes, it starts with writing the perfect resume.
Volunteering Your Specialty For Children Around the World
Paul Fleenor, DO, volunteers with Connecting Kids with Care to provide orphans and other underserved individuals better access to quality health care.
Five Steps to Getting the Best Deal on a Car Lease
Show dealers you’re a savvy consumer and save on a car lease with awareness of marked-up financing charges and the metrics involved — powerful ammunition for a highly effective price-cutting strategy.
Untangling Income Replacement For Disabled Physicians
After helping patients navigate through illnesses and injuries that lead to disability, disabled physicians often deal with physical or mental illness along with loss of income and self-esteem.
Who Are the Doctors Who Retire Early?
Some physicians will choose an early retirement at a variety of ages, but who are they and why did they choose to leave their profession?
Prospective Health Assessments Give Providers Actionable Insights into Individual Member Health Status
In today’s environment, the need for comprehensive, accurate patient data to monitor and manage chronic conditions is critical for effective population health management.
Incorrectly Thinking the End Has Arrived
All investments have a risk-reward scenario and should be carefully evaluated by an investor and with their specific concerns and perceived risk tolerance in mind.
How to Overcome Investor Paralysis
Start out small and diversify.
Medical Malpractice Insurance Nuts and Bolts
The cost of medical malpractice coverage can come into play when physicians are making major decisions about practice arrangements.
Art, Science and Medical Students: Another Look
Art observation training for first-year medical students demonstrated significant improvement in clinical ophthalmology observational skills.
Longevity Insurance Is Underused in Retirement Planning
Buffering the risk of living to a very old age.
Exotic and Vintage Car Leasing: Myths, Lies and Misconceptions
For far too long, leasing has been discounted as a viable financing alternative, largely because of misinformation.
Employed vs. Independent Practice as a Physician
There are many factors to consider when deciding whether to invest in an independent practice or work as an employed physician.
How Medical Practices Can Better Prepare Medical Professionals for a Secure Retirement
Medical professionals commit their lives to improving the health and well-being of others and deserve a financially secure retirement.
Using Buckets to Manage Finances in Retirement
Having different buckets for each life phase is a good way to assure you don’t run out of money while pursuing your goals.
Long-Term Care Insurance Is a Poor Buy, CFP Says
Instead of long-term care insurance, better solutions include: saving and investing, life insurance and perhaps a trust.
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