Congrats! You got matched and are finally getting paid (despite the missing zero at the end of your salary) but something doesn’t feel right. Was Financial Planning 101 omitted from your med school curriculum? Are you starting to feel like the traditional financial planning models make sense for others, but not for you? Are you feeling like there aren’t enough hours in the day to become a great doctor while ensuring you’re making the right financial decisions? No, you’re not being a hypochondriac. You’re not like everyone else. This is reality. Your situation is different than the average person’s and therefore needs specialized attention and unique solutions.
1AAMC Debt Fact Card, October 2015
While a career in medicine can be financially rewarding, it doesn’t always feel like it at the beginning of your career. Breathe easy though. Just like you’ve invested years of your life studying and practicing medicine so that you can help others to the best of your ability, so have we. Our clients were in your scrubs before, we know what you’re facing, and we know how to help.