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Five Signs the Market May Be Heading for a Sustained Uptrend
What many people think are the worst of times to invest are often actually the best, and vice versa.
Fallout from the FTX bankruptcy and the future of crypto
Regulations on crypto are inevitable.
Physician payment in 2023: The Medicare PFS conversion factor
A 4.47% pay cut on the horizon?
Physician payment in 2023: An introduction to Medicare PFS
How much will Medicare pay to physicians?
Often overlooked factors when selling a practice that can leave money on the table
How do partners ensure a successful outcome when selling their medical practice?
Four annuity enhancements that can boost income or savings
These add-ons are well worth considering but look carefully at costs and benefits.
Student loan updates
What physicians need to know
How to renegotiate your building lease
Preparing financially for retirement, part 2
Part two of our occasional series on physician retirement planning.
Introducing three new Medical Economics video programs
Medical Economics and Medical World News are joining forces to provide business, financial and practice management content on demand.
MGMA 2022: Preparation is key when negotiating payer contracts
Victory lies in the preparation when it comes to payer negotiations.
Will your finances be affected by the Inflation Reduction Act?
Some effects will be indirect, some will be direct and other elements of the IRA will not be felt at all.
How physicians can pick the best financial adviser
Look for proper credentials, experience with medical field, and even a good bedside manner
How to shop for a fixed-rate annuity so you’ll get the best deal
One annuity may pay more than twice as much as a similar one—comparison websites make shopping easy.
Have lower-yielding or underperforming annuities or CDs?
How to boost yields without paying surrender penalties.
New tax rules are a game changer for family estate planning
As a result, parents with highly appreciated retirement accounts may want to rethink bequests.
Rundown of recent student loan updates: What physicians need to know
An explainer on the many changes coming to student loans, and what physicians need to know.
Healthcare Transactions: Why 'COVID Dollars' Are Not All the Same
What are ‘COVID dollars’ and why are the important for valuation and sale price of a healthcare business?
Positioning in a chaotic stock market with key sectors
Stock market turbulence may increase in the coming weeks. Yet investors shouldn’t be looking around for parachutes marked “sell.”
Building bond ladders eases investor angst
A bond ladder is a strategy that involves buying bonds of varying, sequential maturities, enabling investors to rotate into higher-yielding bonds as rates rise, adding rungs to the ladder.
What Biden's student debt forgiveness plan means for physicians
The president’s student loan initiative only covers a portion of the average debt of medical school, but the Association of American Medical Colleges says it still does some good.
Looking beyond high inflation
Positioning your portfolio for price stability and growth
How to earn income as a physician expert witness
Earning ancillary income as an expert witness in malpractice and other cases can be a rewarding gig for practicing physicians.
Tax increases coming? What physicians need to know about the Inflation Reduction Act
The sweeping legislation contains tax code reform, health care provisions and climate change action. What does it mean for physicians?
Opening a direct care practice: calculating patient volume and fee structure
One of the biggest benefits of the direct care model is its economic simplicity.
A strategy for investing during a recession
There is a difference between investing during a recession and investing in anticipation of a recession.
How to invest during rising inflation
The right strategy can help protect your wealth and keep you on track for retirement
Selling your practice? Avoid these four mistakes
Often, private practice physicians make drastic mistakes when selling their medical practice and lose thousands of dollars in the process. All their hard work and long-term investment goes down the drain.
Retirement planning for physicians, Part 1
Find the right time to retire is a challenge you can prepare for.
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