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This is the Editor's Memo for the 2000 Financial Guide.
Last year's picks: Hot...and not
A look at some of the stocks and mutual funds our experts recommended in last year's Financial Guide.
Today's best stock funds
Few doctors have the time or energy to find the best stock mutual funds. We've done the drudgework for you.
Bet your bucks on the euro?
Europe's new currency promises riches for investors who stick with it. And right now, it makes for juicy travel bargains.
How—and how much—to pay a planner
More factors go into an adviser's fee than you might realize. Here's what you need to know.
Keep cash rolling in after you retire
Here are seven ways to enjoy healthy retirement income without taking a penny from your nest egg.
Wake up that sleepy bond portfolio
No matter what your age, you canand shouldbe more aggressive with your fixedincome holdings.
Letters to the Editors
Why was this doctor allowed to start a health plan?
From the start, the HMO was a house of cards. Yet regulators did nothing--until the money to pay physicians had blown away.
Courts are divided about your duty to nonpatients.
How could a doctor not stop for this car crash?
doc stops for car crash, finds out later that most coleagues wouldn't
Domestic violence: A direct hit on our family
author's sister in law is murdered by jealous husband
Memo from the Editor: Living with chemo, learning to be human
Living with chemo, learning to be human
How practice costs wash away income
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Do primary care physicians spend more on payroll than surgeons?Will managed care participation increase your overhead? Who pays most for malpractice insurance? Here's where to find out.
Help your kids pick the right car
"I need my own car!" If you're ready to respond, "OK," then heed our test driver's shopping recommendations.
Model portfolios: The stocks--only choices are ahead---way ahead
The stocksonly choices are aheadway ahead
Stocks, back taxes, cars, credit cards, mutual funds.
When I stopped yelling, everybody started listening
Slamming phones and confronting colleagues didn't work, so this doctor tried new approaches.
My name shouldn't be in the malpractice data bank--but it is
The author refused to settle after another doctor dragged him into a case. And now he can't wipe the slate clean.
You're an employed doctor? You've got rights!
Laws shield you from discrimination, guard your pension, grant you family leave--even protect your status as an employee.
"I have to kill you," my patient said
The author's abduction by a drug addict was terrifying enough. But his glimpse of the justice system was scary, too.
Collective bargaining, lawsuits against HMOs, Tort Reform, health coverage, managed care, clinical guidelines, alternative medicine, looking aheadNovember.
Investment Consult : A better way to take the stock market's pulse
Most investors use the Dow Industrials or the S&P 500 to follow Wall Street's ups and downs. But a lesser-known index is better.
"It's a physician's duty to expose fraud if he suspects it"
That's the belief of dermatologist Andrew Hendricks, who blew the whistle on a giant lab. After several tense years, his lawsuit reaped $182 million for the Feds.
Hospitalists: They've made me a believer
Once skeptical about inpatient specialists, this doctor has come to love what they do for him. Mostly, they give him time.
Help your needy patients get free medication
Enroll them in assistance programs offered by pharmaceutical manufacturersand watch the quality of their lives improve.
Legislation; Medicare; Fraud'N'Abuse
Lighten up on large-cap growth stocks
Lighten up on largecap growth stocks
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