The free bootcamp will offer a session on retirement planning.
Retirement planning will be just one of the many topics covered in the Medical Economics FREE physician bootcamp.
The two-day digital seminar, Oct. 7-8, will feature sessions aiming to guide physicians through ways to streamline challenges, maximize efficiency, and put more money in their pockets.
The eight virtual sessions have been thoughtfully curated around impactful learning objectives where physicians can get their questions answered by experts, engage with panel discussions, and network with their peers.
This is one event no physician should miss.
At the retirement planning seminar, titled Earning Your Stripes: Wealth Building and Retirement Planning, at noon ET on Oct. 8 physicians can find out how they should prepare for retirement at any stage of their career. They'll learn how to protect their family’s financial future, and will hear tax maximization tips.
The session will feature insight from Joel Greenwald, MD, CFP. A graduate of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Bronx, New York, Greenwald completed his internal medicine residency at the University of Minnesota. He practiced internal medicine in the Twin Cities for 11 years before making the transition to financial planning for physicians, beginning in 1998. His wife is a radiation oncologist, so medicine remains a frequent topic of dinner table conversation. Knowing firsthand the challenges of practicing medicine, Greenwald's passion is making the lives of physicians easier by helping relieve them of financial worries.