You are not like anyone else. That’s because you are a medical professional. By the time you are 33, you face challenges most individuals will never experience. These challenges are not limited to serving people who don’t want to listen, or who think they know better than you, but extend to your financial and personal well-being. Very few people know what it’s like, let alone how to handle leaving your educational program with $250,000+ of debt to begin paying it off while only being paid $40,000 to $60,000 a year.
Here are three things, we find, that can significantly change your life when you fully understand how to handle and take advantage of what many consider a challenge:
Unique Retirement Planning Strategies
Russell Van Sistine
As a child, Russell remembers talking to a stranger about her life as a physician. She beamed as she spoke of her patients, experiences and making a difference; the passion with which she spoke drove straight into him. Those in the medical profession are trained to do something that he always dreamed of doing – they help people heal. Since then, Russell has become a financial advisor and practiced focusing on helping medical professionals with their financial well-being. He has worked closely with members of the Sonoma-Mendocino-Lake Medical Association.