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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July 30th, 2016

Step One: Determine how much savings, as a percentage of income, you intend to put away.

Step Two: Determine the optimal sequence of savings.

Step Three: Automate your plan.

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.

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