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AMA Insurance 2013 Report On U.S. Physicians’ Financial Preparedness ©

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Find out how you compare with your peers in a wide range of financial preparedness areas – retirement savings, top financial concerns, estate planning, disability insurance, and more

According to this national study, primary care physicians are more likely than their peers to feel behind in planning for the future. This is just one insight from a recent poll of physicians across all specialties and ages, on their perceptions about personal finance.      
 
Find out how you compare with your peers in a wide range of financial preparedness areas – retirement savings, top financial concerns, estate planning, disability insurance, and more.

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