Post Category: Insurance

Comparing Term Life Insurance Strategies For Physicians

The most common type of term life insurance among physicians is level term. Often, it's purchased and forgotten about. But is this the best strategy? In this post, we will compare several different strategies physicians might for owning term life insurance. We will...

10 Financial Planning Resolutions For The New Year

January is a great time to plan ahead for the year. How are you going to make 2016 your best year ever? Here are a few personal finance ideas to help you start thinking of goals for 2016: 1) Get a Will A will is absolutely essential for people with children because it...

Disability Insurance Basics for Residents

We use insurance to protect many things in our lives - from jewelry to cars to homes - but many of us don’t think about protecting our most important financial asset: our ability to earn an income. As a resident, disability insurance should be given serious...

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