Why Smart Radiologists Can’t Manage Their Money

Once you’ve finished the 26th grade (average stage of a radiologist at the end of training), you should be well-equipped to practice radiology.  You've survived all the entry requirements, standardized tests, rigorous educational demands, and long and arduous nights on call. After years of dedication and sacrifice, you have become a valuable member of the healthcare community.  Medical school,…


Financial Advisors: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

(😇👺😱) Okay, let’s face it: the idea of managing your own finances can seem like a daunting, time-consuming endeavor; one that requires a specialized skill set, secret knowledge and/or a crystal ball.  That’s why many physicians seek out the help of a financial advisor.  You may have questions:  Do you really need one? What exactly do they do anyway? How can you be sure you’re getting good…