What if there was a clear, honest, and sensible guide to help new physicians make wise financial choices?

Physicians are more likely than any other group to under-accumulate for retirement.

If physicians are well-compensated, why do many of them struggle financially? This piece explores.

What should a new physician be doing to get on track? Here are a few things financially successful physicians pay attention to.

What are the money worries all physicians have, but may be uncomfortable talking about? David Burd, CFP®, Managing Director of TGS, discusses.

The decisions one makes in the first years of practice can profoundly change one's financial trajectory.

Audrey Libois weighs the costs and benefits of hiring a financial advisor. 

Listen as Jim and Dave discuss "Pay Yourself First" on the Physician Financial Success podcast with host Josh Mettle

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June 30th, 2016

Certain elements of long-term investment advantage are well-supported by evidence.

May 31st, 2016

This whitepaper from Dimensional Fund Advisors offers some interesting insight into the performance of various investments over time—and the futility of speculation.

April 29th, 2016

It’s the last of seven strategies in Pay Yourself First: A Financial Guide for Doctors Entering Practice:

“Choose your friends wisely. Remember, the concept of social comparison—the more uniform and expensive the lifestyles of your friends, the higher the pressure to comply with the implicit status expectations of your peer group.”

Really? How presumptuous.

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