Internal medicine physicians may be considered the generalists of medicine, but they are anything but. Also known as internists, they have a broad range of knowledge and specialties. Their extensive medical knowledge often makes them sought out by their peers for answers to puzzling healthcare problems. David Gremillion, MD, FACP, a Special Advisor to the […]
Malpractice insurance, auto insurance, health insurance, business insurance, homeowner’s insurance: physicians are required by law to carry various insurance policies. Many other important insurance policies are completely optional. And one of those optional insurance policies is disability insurance. Yet as a physician, you shouldn’t think of disability insurance as an option at all, and that’s […]
As a pathologist, your career choice makes you among the most content of all who chose to follow a medical career. Your satisfaction in your work may be great, but what about your compensation? Are you satisfied with your salary as a pathologist? Would you like to see it grow? In years past, the job […]
You might assume an advisor would have your best interest in mind. This isn’t always the case. Different types of advisors are held to different standards of care. What about your financial advisor? Does your advisor have a fiduciary relationship to you? What exactly is a “fiduciary relationship”?
5 Steps to Organize Estate Documents for Your Executor One of the greatest gifts you can provide for your loved ones is careful planning and organization of your estate documents in preparation for your passing. During a time of grief, it can be incredibly stressful for your executor to identify and locate all your most […]
Procuring the exact loan to pay for medical school can be difficult to maneuver. Because your medical school student loan amount is often a significantly large sum, the smallest detail can save you thousands of dollars in loan repayments. It is wise to take some time to research your options, so you feel confident about […]
When it comes to estate planning, most physicians are familiar with the importance of establishing a legal will. However, many doctors overlook another key aspect of estate planning: choosing an executor for your estate. An executor is the person legally responsible for fulfilling the deceased’s financial obligations and for overseeing the distribution of assets according […]
A Medical Resident’s Guide to Mortgage Rates Physician mortgages are loans designed to make homeownership possible even for new doctors and medical residents. Most doctors make serious financial sacrifices for their career path, including taking on an average of $190,000 in student debt and forgoing a full salary in their early adult life. Typically, this […]