As your career hits its stride, taking these 8 steps is key to keeping your financial goals on track If you’re a doctor who’s starting your career or approaching retirement, the amount of financial advice that’s aimed at you is overwhelming. But the mid-career physician – mainly in their 40s to early 50s – is […]
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8 steps you should be taking to retire on time with the lifestyle you desire It may be hard to believe that retirement planning can be tough for doctors – after all, the medical profession is one of the most lucrative careers one can choose. But there are more than a few sob stories of […]
Learn how to create and structure an estate plan specific to physicians A good and specific estate plan is especially crucial if you’re a doctor, for a few different reasons. As a physician, not only do you need to consider protecting your often-larger estate but you also need to ensure your medical practice is protected […]
The new tax law made it easier for many doctors to pay less, but not everyone will benefit. From charity to children, here are the decisions which could affect how much income doctors retain in 2019 Doctors are frequently exhausted by their duties and find focusing on their taxes difficult – and MD Magazine highlighted […]
Converting from an S corp to a C corp isn’t a decision to make lightly Now that the dust has settled from the rollout of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), medical practices structured as pass-through entities are facing a dilemma: Since the tax reform significantly reduces the tax rates imposed on C corporations’ […]
6 strategies for taking years off medical school debt and saving thousands in the process Graduating from medical school is a major accomplishment. But for too many doctors, the celebration is dampened by the massive student loan debt that can go hand-in-hand with a medical degree. In the class of 2018, 75 percent of medical […]
It’s important to understand what supplementing your income means for your taxes.
Modern medical debt is mounting. The figures run high to enter the medical field: $240,000 to $340,000 for a public or private degree with a median graduating debt of $190,000. It’s no wonder moonlighting is used by many physicians to get ahead. It can provide a valuable income stream at a crucial point in a graduate’s life, though not all who moonlight are fresh out of class.
How’s your track record at addressing and resolving issues?
It’s the elephant in the room. You see the problem, but everybody wants to avoid a discussion. Why is that – especially when it’s an obstacle that can kill organizational performance and profit? We live in an age where a company can lose a significant amount of its value because of a news report. Other, subtler issues linger long-term, limiting growth and success. When there’s a problem, it often has to be dealt with. Right now.
On average, physicians make the highest salaries across the nation. But many doctors still continue to drown in debt due to student loans and poor spending habits
Attending medical school and becoming a physician has long been a noble and sought after career choice. Also, one of the highest paying. In U.S. News and World Report’s 2019 Best Paying Jobs List, (which also takes into account employment, growth rates, and job prospects) the 11 best-paying jobs are in the medical field. The highest is an anesthesiologist, paying a median annual salary of $208,000.
A successful lawsuit without enough insurance could threaten a lifetime of savings
In today’s litigious society, getting sued is not uncommon – especially for doctors. One in three physicians has a medical liability lawsuit filed against them during their careers, a proportion that goes up as a physician gets older.
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