Benjamin Franklin’s timeless wisdom – “Nothing is certain but death and taxes” – resonates profoundly in the medical profession. As a physician, you are accustomed to confronting both.
Whether you are just donning your white coat or have been in the medical field for more years than you would like to count, retirement planning should be a priority.
As you begin your medical career, there is lots of excitement and maybe a little anxiety. There are so many new things to learn in this chapter.
I recently visited a car dealership with my nephew for his new truck. After some back and forth, we found the one that interested him.
In personal finance, cash has long been considered a safe haven, offering liquidity and the peace of mind of having a warm and cozy financial safety blanket.
Most everyone I speak with has in some form or fashion visualized retirement, the land of mojitos, beaches, and golf. Few andfar between of those daydreaming about retirement have crunched the numbers and planned for retirement.
More than ever, people are voluntarily leaving their jobs in search of greener pastures. In fact, in 2021, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, over 47 million Americans voluntarily quit their jobs — in what is now widely being called the Great Resignation.
A 1031 Exchange, or a like-kind exchange, allows an investor selling real estate to defer capital gains taxes while investing in a new property.
Some of you may be happily married and celebrating your 50th wedding anniversary (friendly reminder gentlemen this is the gold anniversary) and some of you may be single and ready to mingle! That said, we’ve all had an instance of contemplating breaking up with a past significant other.
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