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Investment Management

The Physician's Practical Guide to Real Estate Investing

Real estate is a popular investment vehicle for physicians because it's a way to generate passive income, diversify your investments, and help protect against inflation. You've likely heard about it from colleagues or read about it on medical blogs. Investing money in real estate can be a smart wealth-building avenue for physicians, provided you do your due diligence.

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Investment Management

The Physician's Practical Guide to Real Estate Investing

Real estate is a popular investment vehicle for physicians because it's a way to generate passive income, diversify your investments, and help protect against inflation. You've likely heard about it from colleagues or read about it on medical blogs. Investing money in real estate can be a smart wealth-building avenue for physicians, provided you do your due diligence.

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Debt Management

Loan Forgiveness Eligibility Now Available For California and Texas Physicians

Due to a recent rule change by the US Department of Education, physicians in California and Texas are now able to apply for public service loan forgiveness (PSLF). Earned explains how this change opens up loan forgiveness options for physicians in these two states.

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Tax Planning

3 New Year's Financial Tasks For Physicians

January is a good time to figure out finances for the rest of the year, and maybe the next decade or more. Tax documents arrive, and with them, opportunities to see what adjustments you wish you’d made last year and can make now. It’s also a good time to figure out what you want 2024 to look like. Vacations? Changing jobs? Taking on locum tenens work? Starting a new practice? Buying out a partner? Charity work? All of those things involve money.

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Investment Management

Check These 3 Things Before Year-End

The end of the year can be a hectic time and likely the last thing you will want to do is take on another to-do list. That said, however, there are a handful of things that may be worth your time. Earned has compiled 3 things to check before year-end; these items are time-sensitive and may potentially lead to savings.

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Retirement

Beyond 401(k) or 403(b) Plans - What Extra Retirement Benefits Do Top Hospitals Offer?

In the diverse landscape of healthcare systems, employees typically receive retirement benefits, often in the form of standard 401(k) or 403(b) plans with employer matching. Some healthcare institutions distinguish themselves by going beyond these basics, providing physicians with additional retirement benefits to bolster their financial security.

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Investment Management

1099 vs. W-2 Physicians: Differences, Pros and Cons

The 1099 vs. W-2 tax classification designates someone as an independent contractor or employee in the workplace. There are pros and cons to each type of designation.

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Career & Healthcare Industry

2024 UC Retirement Plan Choices - What You Need to Know

If you are joining the University of California hospital system, or if you’re taking this opportunity to re-evaluate the choices you made last year, Earned Wealth has broken down the retirement plan options available to you during open enrollment.

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Retirement

Report: Only 17% of Eligible Workers are Saving Money in Their Roth 401(k)

While more and more employers are offering the after-tax savings accounts to their employees, workers have been slow to incorporate them into their retirement plans. However, many savers — physicians included — could greatly benefit from doing so.

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Trust & Estate Planning

How Physicians can Avoid Leaving Heirs a Giant Tax Bill

According to a rule instituted in 2020, non-spousal beneficiaries of retirement accounts now must draw down those savings within 10 years — often leaving them with a sizable tax bill. Below, we’ll take a look at what high earners are doing to amend their estate plans and what physicians should consider when leaving money to their children and grandchildren.

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Career & Healthcare Industry

The Changing Landscape of Physician Noncompete Agreements

Industry experts estimate that at least 37% of American physicians have signed noncompete agreements as part of their employment. While these agreements have typically forced doctors to relocate when taking a new job, a wave of new legislation is poised to change how physicians navigate the industry.

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Investment Management

Report: Multi-family Real Estate Investors About to Hit Turbulence

And what this means for physician investors

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Retirement

New Roth 401(k) Requirement for High Earners Delayed Until 2026

The IRS has announced a two-year reprieve for high earners 50 and older who would've been subject to new retirement saving rules next year. Now slated for 2026, the new law requires these savers to make "catch-up" contributions on an after-tax basis to employee-provided Roth 401(k) accounts.

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Career & Healthcare Industry

Report: Professional Fulfillment among Physicians Trending Downward

Nearly half of working physicians are unsure if they would decide to practice medicine again if given the choice.

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Insurance Planning

Why Every Physician Should Consider Disability Insurance

Disability insurance, also referred to as disability income protection, provides a monthly predetermined replacement income should you find yourself unable to work or generate an income

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Banking

How Physicians Can Improve Their Credit Scores

We share a handful of strategies that can have a huge impact on improving your credit score, paving the way for a more secure financial future.

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Insurance Planning

Do Physicians Need Umbrella Insurance?

As a physician, it’s safe to say you experience risk differently than most professionals. Umbrella insurance helps cover non-occupation-related liability gaps in your insurance policies.

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Career & Healthcare Industry

Should You Rent or Buy Your Home?

Rewarded by the IRS and encouraged by financial advisors, owning one’s home has long been celebrated as both the cornerstone of the American dream and the central pillar of lifelong financial security. But is it always the right option?

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Insurance Planning

Why Residents Should Consider Disability Insurance

Earned Wealth's Chief Wealth Acceleration Officer shares how residents should think about disability income

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Investment Management

How to Maximize Your Roth Savings as a Resident or Fellow

“Compound interest is the 8th wonder of the world. Those who understand it, earn it. Those who don’t, pay it.”

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Investment Management

How Physicians Can Maximize Long-term Wealth‍ through Better Tax Management

Earned Wealth's Chief Wealth Acceleration Officer runs you through how physicians can maximize long-term wealth‍

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Investment Management

Tax Smart Investing: Using Custom Indexing to Minimize the Impact of Taxes

As high earners, physicians typically pay a lot in taxes. Custom indexing and tax-smart technology can help reduce taxes and enable personalization of physician portfolios.

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Tax Planning

Key Dates for Planning Your Financial Health in 2023

As 2023 jumps into gear, you may be thinking about plans and goals for the coming year and beyond. Maybe your plans include financial planning, or maybe one of your goals is to take a look at your financial health and set yourself up for the future. Your financial health involves more than just yearly taxes and planning - the more you check up on it, the easier it is to follow your plan. Whether you're a self-employed physician or a physician employed at a healthcare organization, it’s important to follow a calendar to regularly check up on your financial health.

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Trust & Estate Planning

An Introduction to Estate Planning

Knowing where to start when planning your estate can be a daunting task. Depending on your career and life stage, how you plan your estate may look very different. Once you break it down, planning your estate doesn't have to be as complicated as you think.

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Retirement

What Physicians Should Know about the SECURE Act 2.0

We’ve analyzed the nearly 400 pages of the SECURE Act 2.0 to identify what may affect physicians most at different stages of their careers.

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Insurance Planning

Life Insurance for Physicians

From student loans to owning a practice, and even lawsuits - physicians have specific needs for life insurance. Find out how to determine how much insurance you need and what type of policy is best for you.

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Career & Healthcare Industry

Money Management for Doctors

Our goal at Earned is to provide the financial education and advisory that physicians deserve, so we’ve put together a list of the 5 main tips about money management for doctors, so you can learn what they are and how to plan around them.

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Career & Healthcare Industry

Physician Career Changes and the NFL

What do physician career changes and NFL players have in common? Well, if it has to do with one person in particular, everything.

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Tax Planning

Important Tax Planning Information for 2023

Tax planning is a year-round process, but as Tax Day on April 18th approaches, it’s important to make sure you have the information you need to file correctly. Use this resource to review tax brackets, standard vs. itemized deductions, and other important information.

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Insurance Planning

What to Look for in a Medical Malpractice Insurance Policy

Here are the main things you should take into account when searching for the right medical malpractice insurance policy.

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Trust & Estate Planning

How to Update or Start Your Estate Plan

Estate planning is a crucial aspect of financial planning, and it's never too early to get started.

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Retirement

Physician Retirement: 7 Signs You Are Ready

The majority of physicians plan to retire at age 68, much later than the average American. Why is physician retirement often delayed?

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Banking

Think Twice Before Investing in That “Amazing” Opportunity

Discover why partnering with a fiduciary financial advisor can provide numerous benefits for physicians seeking to manage their wealth effectively.

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Career & Healthcare Industry

Combating Physician Pay Cuts and Burnout

Decreasing compensation, burnout, and pay parity challenges are just a few of the key findings in Doximity and Curative’s new 2023 Physician Compensation Report.

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Investment Management

Physician Finances: A Prescription for Your Financial Health

The demands on physicians today can seem overwhelming. It's no secret that healthcare delivery is changing, and those changes are reflected in the state of physician finances every day.

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Career & Healthcare Industry

Doctor Burnout is Still Soaring — Can Artificial Intelligence Help?

Study after study has confirmed that, even post-vaccine, burnout among physicians and other medical professionals is still prevalent. Now, institutions are looking at AI solutions from new startups to reduce administrative burdens and help reduce doctor burnout.

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Banking

Are Physician Home Loans the Right Solution for You?

A physician home loan is a specialized mortgage designed to help physicians overcome the unique financial challenges they face early in their career.

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Career & Healthcare Industry

Locum Tenens Physician: 3 Financial Pros and Cons

Locum Tenens physician work comes with its own set of financial pros and cons that doctors should carefully consider before accepting this kind of temporary employment.

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Career & Healthcare Industry

Private Equity Acquisitions: What Physicians Need to Know

The growing wave of medical practice acquisitions by private companies like CVS and Amazon is currently disrupting the healthcare sector.

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Investment Management

A Physician’s Guide to The “Backdoor Roth”

More and more high earners are using a retirement saving strategy that allows them to fund a Roth IRA account indirectly from other savings accounts. This strategy is called the Backdoor Roth.

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Retirement

Physician Early Retirement Considerations

Studies often cite career burnout as a driving factor for physician early retirement, but the reasons vary from doctor to doctor and the decision to walk away from full-time work is always a personal one.

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Retirement

Five Tips for Physicians Planning for Retirement

It’s no secret that a growing number of doctors are nearing retirement age — with some surveys pointing at an average physician age of over 53. In many cases, physicians are waiting past the age of 65 to retire, as well. That means that a significant number of active physicians need to get serious about retirement planning. Here are six general tips all physicians should consider when retirement is on the horizon.

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Investment Management

Real Estate Investments for Physicians: Pros, Cons, and Lessons from the Applesway Investment Group

As a physician seeking financial growth beyond the medical field, investing in real estate can be an enticing option. However, it is crucial to approach such investments with caution.

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Retirement

Physician Retirement Savings: 5 Strategies to Make It Last

There are several proven strategies that can help your physician retirement savings last longer to better ensure a comfortable retirement.

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