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Market Plunge Plus Withdrawals During Early Years of Retirement May Cause Portfolio Death Spiral
The challenge is to get the best combination of yield and liquidity from the guaranteed portion of your retirement savings.
Making Financial Decisions: The Endowment Effect
The role of loss-aversion and ownership.
Untangling Income Replacement For Disabled Physicians
After helping patients navigate through illnesses and injuries that lead to disability, disabled physicians often deal with physical or mental illness along with loss of income and self-esteem.
Incorrectly Thinking the End Has Arrived
All investments have a risk-reward scenario and should be carefully evaluated by an investor and with their specific concerns and perceived risk tolerance in mind.
How to Overcome Investor Paralysis
Start out small and diversify.
Medical Malpractice Insurance Nuts and Bolts
The cost of medical malpractice coverage can come into play when physicians are making major decisions about practice arrangements.
Longevity Insurance Is Underused in Retirement Planning
Buffering the risk of living to a very old age.
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