Financial Planning 101

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Financial Planning 101

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The average annual cost of attending medical school is upwards of $250,000, and the average medical student graduates with debt approaching $200,000. Although physicians are still some of the highest paid professionals in the country, it may not feel like it during residency, and financial security may feel like anything but a sure thing. We’ve invited financial advisors with experience working with physicians to answer your questions. Join us for Financial Planning 101.

Some questions we plan on discussing:

  • How should I manage my loans?
  • What’s a 401K or IRA?
  • When do I need life insurance or disability insurance? What’s an umbrella policy?