Mid- to later-career physicians need a keen eye on their retirement transition plans, especially if they haven't saved enough
Do you have financial confidence? If not, you may have some challenging choices ahead. Best to have a success strategy you can believe in.
Established physicians need comprehensive financial care. Plan your retirement with intention. Improve your outcome. Protect the ones you love.
A scattered approach drains your motivation and leads you further from the financial discipline you need to cultivate intention and improve.
Red flags for established physicians
Retirement worries you.
You aren't maximizing your savings.
You don't have a handle on your functional net worth.
Accounting for inflation is not part of your measure.
There is no plan for major future expenses.
Your estate plan is not up to date.