Retirement planning for physicians requires an entirely different strategy than what is used by most working people. Most people enter the workforce in their early twenties or before and start contributing to their 401(k), Roth IRA or
other retirement savings vehicle. Their money has over a decade longer to reap the benefits of compound interest than the average physician, who will begin their career in their thirties with med school debt and no retirement nest egg. We assist physicians in finding the
right retirement vehicles to catch up and then save enough to continue their desired lifestyle into retirement.