Don’t Try To “Fit In” With The Crowd

Posted by & filed under Business Owners, Doctors.

Don't Try To Fit In

When it comes to financial and legal planning, the idea that everyone is created equally couldn’t be further from the truth. As a Doctor, you are very different. You went to college, then medical school, then residency, then possibly a fellowship. You have much more education and training than the Average American. Though a society needs people to play various roles, you deal with issues of life and death. As a result of your educational and functional differences, you are in a different situation and have very different concerns.
You have a more complicated and demanding profession. You earn more money. You pay more taxes. You have more liability. As a result, you need different advice. Better advice. More appropriate advice.
Before you can understand what advice is right for you, you need to know what advice is wrong for you. To know why most advice is wrong for Doctors, you need to understand the quantifiable and qualitative differences between physicians and Average Americans. Then, you need to understand how the popular media works and how that information can be very detrimental to a Doctor’s planning. These are the issues that are discussed in this Lesson. Once you understand and embrace your differences, you will be ready to take advantage of the practical lessons offered in For California Doctors

Keep Reading More