A prenuptial agreement is the hard, clear-eyed antithesis of the rosy optimism newlyweds bring to the altar. While it isn't emotionally appealing, a prenup is proper planning.
If powers in Washington have their way, every car will be fitted with a device that logs how many miles it travels, taxing drivers accordingly. See how this would affect hybrid car purchases.
The bull market that began in March 2009 is getting a little frothy — mom-and-pop investors have finally gathered the confidence to start investing in stocks again.
As we head into the end of the year, the markets are likely to be wild and crazy. But stick with tried and true market wisdom and your portfolio will endure through the ages.
For many physicians the term "required minimum distributions" remains a mystery. However, it is critical that physicians pay attention to RMDs — overlooking the rules can be costly.
In the last five years 62% of Americans age 50 and older have provided financial assistance to family members, but most didn't plan for retirement with factoring in helping children, parents and siblings.
During his attendance at the FutureMed Conference, Eric Anderson, MD, a physician of 55 years, saw the future — it's scary and complicated.
In the final segment of our roundtable on electronic health records and malpractice, panelists discuss how EHRs are already increasing the costs of litigation.
Most of us stick to a budget when we plan a vacation, and we know that considering a hotel’s value is just as important as considering its rooms and features.
Carmel-By-The-Sea, one of California’s small towns, uses that designation to let you know it’s special and separate from the surrounding town of Carmel.