Early-career physicians must confront three financial realities:
High student loan payments ($251,600 in student loans on average)
A negative net worth (Assets - Student Loans & Other Debt)
Less time to save for retirement (Most physicians don't start savings until they are into their 30's)
To help navigate these complexities and help new attendings get on the right path financially as soon as possible, we wrote an eBook with the five steps new attendings must accomplish to create a secure financial basis for the rest of their careers.
New eBook for physicians: Thrive: From Broke Resident to Financially Fit Physician in 5 Years
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