How to Save Money as a Resident

Posted on: July 25, 2014 by Chuck Krugh, CFP

We know how hard it is to balance the budget when you’re in residency. There’s a compelling need to protect as much as $15,000,000 in future income as a physician against the very real risk of a career-wrecking disability that could happen to anyone – and yet there are multiple competing demands on every dollar. […]

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Young Doctor Stricken With Brain Tumor – 1 Year Out of Residency

Posted on: July 18, 2014 by Chuck Krugh, CFP

Most people who get as far as receiving a quote from a disability insurance site see the price of the policy. But it’s important to understand the value of a disability insurance policy as well. The fact is that one in four of you reading this will struggle with a disability disrupting your ability to […]

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How to Manage Money Like a Pro

Posted on: July 11, 2014 by Chuck Krugh, CFP

The journey to financial success begins at home with the management of your personal finances. Some physicians, although well-intentioned, seem to always find themselves playing catch up and never quite in control of their money matters due to the demands of their careers. If you want to manage money like a pro and experience financial […]

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Which Surgeons Get the Most Injuries?

Posted on: July 1, 2014 by Chuck Krugh, CFP

When most people think about hospitals and injuries, they think about patients. But recent research demonstrates that physicians can put themselves at risk, too – simply by virtue of practicing medicine. In a recent issue of Bone & Joint Surgery, a trade publication for orthopedic surgeons, author Manish K. Sethi, MD showed which surgeons get […]

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