Best States to Practice Medicine…and Why

When it comes to deciding where you should go next for your practice, you have to ask yourself the question “where’s the best place to live?” Then you have to think about what should factor into your decision? Things like income, taxes, cost of malpractice and cost of living probably come to mind. Wouldn’t it ... Read More

Weekly Economic Report for June 6th, 2016

Amber Nabity Stitt Presents:   WEEKLY ECONOMIC UPDATE WEEKLY QUOTE “All the world’s a stage and most of us are desperately unrehearsed.”       – Sean O’Casey        WEEKLY TIP Self-employed? Note that you can deduct 100% of your health insurance premiums (for yourself and your family) as an adjustment to gross income.   WEEKLY RIDDLE Three feet ... Read More

Disability Insurance Discounts Exist!

What is with all this talk about discounts on disability insurance? Why are you hearing so much about it at this time of year? Does it really matter to get a discount on the insurance? What would happen if you waited to get it a later date? The disability insurance companies have created an incentive ... Read More

Doctor’s Life Podcast Episode 025- Entering The Partnership Track

Entering the partnership track is no joke. There is a lot that you need to know about your employer or future employer that maybe you don’t see day-to-day. Justin Nabity is in The Doctor’s Life Podcast studios to guide you through entering the partnership track. All episodes of The Doctor’s Life Podcast are available here, iTunes, Android, and ... Read More

Weekly Economic Report for May 2, 2016

Nick Schneider Presents:   WEEKLY ECONOMIC UPDATE WEEKLY QUOTE   “He who lives little, changes little.”                                                                                                                                  – Anatole France            WEEKLY TIP   Starting your career? Beware of spending money to maintain an image. If you are tempted to “fake it ‘til you make it,” you may soon be awash in consumer debt.        ... Read More

Volatility Is Not Risk

  Volatility Is Not Risk The two should not be confused.  Provided by Amber Nabity Stitt What is risk? To the conservative investor, risk is a negative. To the opportunistic investor, risk is a factor to tolerate and accept. Whatever the perception of risk, it should not be confused with volatility. That confusion occurs much ... Read More

Weekly Economic Update for April 25, 2016

WEEKLY ECONOMIC UPDATE WEEKLY QUOTE   “The wisest mind has something yet to learn.” – George Santayana    WEEKLY TIP If your parent has cognitive issues that make bill paying difficult, ask them if they might want to consider arranging automatic payments, or having their mail delivered to your address or a P.O. Box, so that you ... Read More