Medical school debt can have a profound impact on the life of any physician. We're sharing smart ways to pay off your medical school debt to make sure that it doesn't cost you any more than it needs to.
As our parents age, it’s natural to worry and wonder about their health. But looking early on for financial troubles as well could save you and your family from hassle and headaches later down the line.
With the back-to-school chaos behind us, the year’s end and the recurring planning topics that correspond with those boxes on the calendar—tax and retirement planning, and especially charitable giving—start coming into sharper focus. I love hearing the stories behind my clients’ charitable interests and causes, at this or any time of the year, and I’m always intrigued to learn more about how others map their values onto their lives. As we’ve begun to craft a theme of giving and volunteerism through our own family narrative, these discussions have led us to pursue an unorthodox approach to our most recent vacation.
As an executive, it's important to ensure that the complexities of your finances are organized so that your legacy and estate are well taken care of in the long run.