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Expect the Unexpected

I found myself lying prone in an MRI tube with my arms extended on top of my two-year-old son, trying to hold his head still so they could get images of his brain without giving him anesthesia. As he’s crying and trying to wriggle free, I was wondering, am I going to be one of those parents whose kid has brain cancer?

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Retirement Plans for Doctors

A comprehensive review of different retirement plans for doctors. There are many different retirement plans for doctors that can be utilized. Typically, retirement plans for doctors will fall into two categories: plans available for employees, and plans for self-employed individuals. We will look at both sets of options and talk about how they can be utilized.

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Living a Stealth Wealth Lifestyle

Stealth wealth has been gaining popularity in recent years. As the name implies, it’s the opposite of flaunting wealth (or pretending to be wealthy like the $30,000 millionaire). Wealth is what you don’t see and people who practice living a stealth wealth lifestyle are extra proud of their hidden ability.

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Is a 529 College Savings Plan Worth It?

For parents, saving some money for college for their kids is often a financial goal. Everyone has different goals for how much college they want to pay for – some may want to pay for any and all of it, others only a portion. Many of you with children have heard of the 529 college savings plan. Today we want to answer the question, “Is a 529 college savings plan worth it?”

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6 Ways to Achieve Financial Success as a New Attending Physician

The 2019-2020 academic year is behind us, which means there are approximately 45,000 new doctors entering practice in America (according to the ACGME Data Resource Book). That's a lot of new doctors who have a fantastic opportunity to achieve financial independence if they get started on the right foot. Today we are going to dive into six ways to achieve financial success as a new attending physician.

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How to Become Financially Independent

It is tradition for us to publish a blog post about financial independence the week leading up to Independence Day, so we wanted to offer a guide on how to become financially independent this year. There are numerous ways to becoming financially independent. Similar to biking across the country, you have a lot of routes you can choose from. Would you like to get there fast (FIRE – Financial Independence, Retire Early)? Would you prefer slow and steady? Do you want to save a lot early and coast your way to the finish line? No wrong answer. To each their own.

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