[Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post was submitted by Family Physician, Dr. Maheswari Raja. We’re always on the look out for unique guest posts from our regular readers. This one is definitely unique. We also get lots of requests for posts dealing with unique issues that foreign medical graduates deal with. This also qualifies there, so we thought we’d run it. ...

[Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post was submitted by a long-time physician reader who wishes to remain anonymous. The decision to retire early is never an easy one. Here’s an inside look at the decision process. It’s particularly fun to have a longitudinal “study” of an individual white coat investor as it provides “the rest of the story”. We have no ...

[Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post is from Mike Johnson, a legal writer working for Drizin Law, a Las Vegas company specializing in estate planning, probate, trusts, etc. It discusses some important information you need to know if you are divorced and considering remarrying. You probably should read it even if you aren’t considering remarrying. Or even if you are just ...

[Editor’s Note: The CityVest Trion Access Fund will be closing within the next few days.  If this is something that you are considering, don’t delay!  The best way to get more information and ask questions is to join one of their daily conference calls – register here.  Learn more about the CityVest Trion Access Fund today! Today’s guest post was ...

[Editor’s Note: We get a lot of interesting stuff submitted as potential guest posts here. I’ve never seen one on this subject though so I thought it would be a great introduction to an important topic that can affect at least a few doctors. Today’s guest post was submitted by Joseph Gentile, Esq., Co-Founder and Partner of Sarraf Gentile LLP, ...

[Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post was submitted by Jonathan Rogg, MD, MBA. Dr. Rogg is the Vice-Chair of Strategy and Operations and an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at McGovern Medical School. He regularly lectures to medical students, residents, and attending physicians on financial wellness and physician leadership. In addition to his medical training, Dr. Rogg earned an undergraduate degree ...

[Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post was submitted by Jonathan Rogg, MD, MBA. Dr. Rogg is the Vice-Chair of Strategy and Operations and an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at McGovern Medical School. He regularly lectures to medical students, residents, and attending physicians on financial wellness and physician leadership. In addition to his medical training, Dr. Rogg earned an undergraduate degree ...

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