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Looking at Long-Term Care for Your Aging Parent? Consider These Three Factors as Their Power of Attorney

Posted on: January 13, 2021

As our parents get older, one of the most important familial responsibilities we have to consider is elderly care. While we all hope to live a life without extra assistance, health problems often arise in old age and when they do, you want to be prepared.

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Which Lockdown Spending Habits You Should Keep and Ditch in 2021

Posted on: January 13, 2021

As we enter the new year, many people are excited to leave 2020 behind and start fresh, but as we look to the future, there are a few things we can learn from the past. After a year spent in-and-out of lockdown we learned a lot about our spending habits. If there’s one positive takeaway, it’s the opportunity to reassess and improve our personal finances. So here are our top two lockdown money habits to keep and ditch in 2021:

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Four Considerations for an Early Retirement in 2021

Posted on: January 13, 2021

Retirement is a professional and personal milestone that involves considerable planning and preparation. The decision to retire is not one to be taken lightly and depends not only on your personal preference to stop working, but also relies heavily on your financial ability to do so

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Financial Planning for New Physicians

Posted on: December 15, 2020

Once you finish your residency and you are no longer a student, your entire financial situation changes. Suddenly, you’re left navigating a new financial situation that your medical training couldn’t prepare you for. Between managing your cash flow, billing for your services and collecting payment, paying off your student debt, and learning to invest and manage your taxes, there are a lot of new skills you’ll need to learn quickly as you adjust to your new reality as a physician.

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