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Tax-deferred Retirement Accounts: A Gift from the Government
In early career, a physician typically has a high income, a low net worth, a high tax bill, and significant liability concerns. Large contributions to tax-deferred retirement accounts are the perfect solution. Donâ€™t say the government never did anything for you.
5 Ways to Get Out of Clinical Medicine
Many physicians feel fed up with the burdens of modern medicine and are looking for a way to start fresh in a new career. It's not as easy as one might hope, but there are a number of ways physicians can start over.
What Can Athletes Teach Doctors About Money?
Big-time athletes earn huge salaries, but that doesn't always translate into financial security and a comfortable retirement.
Creating the Plan for your Financial Future
It's difficult to achieve your financial goals without a solid plan. Creating that plan is simpler than you might think.
Is It Time to Have a Family Money Meeting?
People often find it harder to talk about money than politics, death, or religion; to get family money issues out in the open. You donâ€™t necessarily have to be in the â€œ1%â€ to benefit from having one or more family meetings.
Would You Pass a Financial Literacy Test?
Studies suggest more than half of Americans are financially illiterate. One reason: Many people remain undiagnosed.
Boomerang Kids Returning to Parents in May Need Ground Rules
Many young grads will move back in with their parents after getting their degree in May. Itâ€™s often not easy on either party.
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