For Doctors

On average, physicians spend as many as 14 years in college and postgraduate training, including earning bachelor’s and medical degrees and serving internships, residencies, and even a fellowship. While medical school prepares young women and men to care for their patients, it doesn’t typically prepare them to run their practices or equip them with the tools they need for a lifetime of managing their families’ financial security.[1]

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[1] “The Road to Becoming a Doctor.” AAMC. [Accessed April 10, 2017.]