retirement planning

How to choose the best retirement savings planThere are several options for saving for retirement, but first develop a good understanding of how these retirement accounts work to get the most out of your savings.
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.
Planning for retirement: How much is enough?When trying to determine how much is enough when saving for retirement, there are many elements that must be considered. Plus, weigh these pros and cons when deciding how long to receive payments from an immediate annuity.
Weighing the best retirement plan for practice, employees
Weighing the best retirement plan for practice, employees
Is ‘retirement’ based on outdated rules?When considering retirement, today's physicians need to outline their current financial situation; list and prioritize goals; and have a plan prepared that will show if their objectives are based in financial reality.
Budgeting for retirement: Make a plan and stick to itCreating a budget has never been easier, but sticking to one takes real work
Which retirement plan is right for your practice?If you own a small business (such as a medical practice), many retirement plan alternatives are available to assist you and your eligible employees with retirement planning. To make an informed decision on which plan is right for your practice, review the differences carefully before choosing.
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.
Understanding your 401(k) planA 401 (k) is one of the most common retirement plans in the country; yet a lot of confusion exists. Here's what you should know.