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Financial Planning 101

An estimated 73% of medical students graduate with debt. The average 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, residency may imperil a sense of financial security resulting from loan repayment, cost of living, and other expenses. Join our team of financial advisors with experience in issues pertinent to the training and practicing physician. We will discuss questions such as:

  • How should I manage my loans?
  • What are my repayment options?
  • What’s a 401K or IRA? When should I start saving for retirement?
  • When do I need life insurance or disability insurance? What’s an umbrella policy?
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