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PMD is trusted online financial resource for physicians that covers topics in personal finance, investing, retirement planning, practice management, and lifestyle. PMD publishes daily news, advice, and columns from current and former MDs, financial advisors, and health care reporters.

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6 Reasons You May Need a Trust
6 Reasons You May Need a Trust
Trusts are not just for the rich and famous - find out how a trust can help you.
Plan Ahead: Stay at State Parks in West Virginia and Nebraska
It may seem premature, but you should book now for spring and summer stays at state parks. These hidden gems, often eclipsed by the National Parks, are easily accessible, offer wallet-friendly accommodations, engaging activities, and first-class scenery.
7 Traits of a “Highly Effective” Doctor
I am one of those guys who can say that his father was his hero. My physician-dad set a fine example—both as a man and a doctor. A man of few words, you had to watch his actions to learn his ways.
The Number One Challenge Facing Rural Healthcare in 2017
The number one challenge facing rural healthcare organizations in 2017 is the talent shortage.
How To Build a Crowd
There are many reasons to build a crowd. Crowd funding must have a crowd. Innovation takes a crowd. New product development and post market surveillance takes a crowd. Building a non-profit takes a crowd. Intrapreneurship takes a crowd. But, how do you do it?
8 Ways to Lower the Doctors Price Tag & Build Wealth
Walk the talk. Health translates into wealth exponentially. Focus on your health, physical, psychological, spiritual, and financial health. How can you be a health care provider if you are not health yourself? True, our career demands so much from us that it’s challenging to be stay healthy, more so than any other career. But we like challenges; that’s why we choose medicine as a way to serve. So now, rise up to the challenge and exemplify the health that you teach your patients to work toward.
It's Never Too Late to Reduce Spending to Achieve Financial Freedom
Cutting annual spending from $200,000 to $120,000 can shave about 30 years off a physician's career.

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