retirement

5 ways physicians can avoid retirement failure
5 ways physicians can avoid retirement failureI have observed that there are significant and often emotional aspects to retirement that many people (including some financial consultants) overlook.
Are you liable for retirement plan malpractice?Most physicians in America know all about medical malpractice risks, but many are unaware of another type of liability exposure: retirement plan malpractice.
Best place to retire: Florida, Costa Rica or Mars?
5 reasons that prevent eyeMDs from being happierAfter working with ophthalmologists across the country for over 20 years, Grande Financial Services have heard firsthand from hundreds of ophthalmologists about what stresses them out and what detracts from their happiness. We have outlined here five reasons why physicians deprive themselves of more happiness.
10 steps to increase financial security for physiciansIf you are interested in having the opportunity to eventually retire and not have to worry about finding an “early bird” special at your favorite restaurant, consider these ten great ideas.
How physicians should watch their money carefully when moving onWhen considering a practice merger or an opportunity to join a new group, keep a close eye on retirement accounts
7 financial challenges facing physicians in 2016It shouldn’t be surprising that more and more practices are struggling to maintain financial stability. To stay above the pack, here are seven financial challenges physicians will face in the coming new year and advice on how to avoid their pitfalls.
Budgeting for retirement: Make a plan and stick to itCreating a budget has never been easier, but sticking to one takes real work
The secrets of financial flexibility
The secrets of financial flexibilityDoctors need a financial playbook that responds to their distinct careers. Keeping the cashflow to your practice flexible is important when starting out, but don't forget to plan for retirement.
Long-term care insurance: ‘Who needs it?’What are the odds that you will enjoy this same level of good health when you are at the age of 80, 90, or even 100? Especially since about 70% of people over the age of 65 will require long-term care at some point.