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25% of Americans owe more than $10,000 in medical debt
Emergency department visits are a big contributor
American Rescue Plan includes $19.2M for training doctors in underserved areas
How Singular Wealth Management focuses on the unique needs of physicians
When it comes to financial planning, physicians have different concerns that most individuals.
Get your estate planning done now
There are plenty of reasons for people to get their estate planning done despite, or even because of, potential future changes from Congress.
Don’t give your power of attorney to the wrong person
Whom to appoint should be an area of focus for physicians with significant accumulated wealth as they plan their estates.
The tech savvy physician: How to go from doctor to startup founder
It’s IRA season: What you need to know about year-end contributions
How to make your final contributions and ensure your independent retirement account assets are optimally invested.
Physicians, get your estate in order or the court will do it instead
Given their salaries and chances of getting sued, physicians should strongly consider estate planning early in their careers.
Build your financial success dream team
How to find people to turn to for financial, legal and other advice.
Inflation hits 7.5 percent in January
This month’s Consumer Price Index report showed the largest inflation increase in four decades.
Top 5 coding mistakes that cause practices to lose revenue
To prevent your practice from losing this revenue, avoid these five common coding mistakes.
Why physicians need a good financial adviser
Having a relationship with a good financial planner brings a “best of” team of advisors to help you achieve your life goals.
Avoid powers of attorney mistakes
The perils of giving POA to the wrong person and how to avoid that mistake.
Buy-sell agreements: Why you and your practice need an exit plan
Creating a strategic exit plan from your practice is an important step that many physicians put off.
Getting paid in 2022
Physicians get a temporary reprieve from Congress, but payment challenges loom.
How to craft an elevator speech
Whether you are pitching an investment opportunity or need to get a point across to a patient quickly, an effective elevator speech is a must.
Laddering fixed-rate annuities
How this offers a combination of good rates and flexibility for the future.
Physician financial planning checklist
These 10 strategies can make your year financially successful.
Using a budget to boost practice performance
Practices that don’t develop and regularly review a budget are missing out on a tool that can provide warning signs of financial trouble.
Health savings accounts: A physician's guide to supplementing their retirement
Maximizing contributions to an HSA can help a physician be more financially secure in retirement.
Why fixed-rate annuities pay more than bank CDs
Each has distinct pros and cons — be sure to compare before investing.
5 cryptocurrency investing rules for busy doctors
12 insurance policies physicians should consider
It’s important for physicians to think beyond malpractice when they consider risks to their career and practice.
How to invest when crypto currency prices are at all-time highs
Our advice? Treat it like your 401k.
Physician groups continue to be private equity acquisition targets
Managed care and rehabilitation sectors are also hot targets
Take charge of your 401(k) rollover
Retirement account tips for soon-to-be-retired physicians.
CVS targeting primary care
Company focusing on physician-led care and opening 1,000 new sites and acquiring existing practices
Transparency in billing is a challenge and opportunity for providers
Unlike most industries which have a clear cost and billing structure, the healthcare revenue cycle remains an overly complex, opaque, and inefficient tangle of patients, providers, employers, and insurance companies.
Senate passes legislation that avoids Medicare physician pay cuts
Bipartisan bill delays cuts scheduled for next year, but further action is needed
Congress looks to eliminate most Medicare physician pay cuts
Bipartisan bill would roll back 9% of the planned 9.75% in cuts
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