Estate planning: A must for all physicians

Estate planning is an important aspect of wealth management that should be addressed early in a physician’s career and reviewed and modified periodically as he or she ages.In fact, a physician’s estate planning could require updating every 5 to 7 years or when major life events occur (marriages, divorces, the births of children or grandchildren, a move to another state or a major change in the estate tax code).A common misconception about the term “estate planning” is that it only refers to what happens after someone dies. Certainly, estate planning has a broader scopeRead More

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