The physician's retirement plan

Wednesday, January 27, 2021 | 7 p.m. EST/4 p.m. PST/8 p.m. AST

Retirement planning as a physician can be a lot. As time progresses and retirement gets closer, many realize it's impossible to know everything. Our Physician Retirement Readiness Study found around only one-third of physicians say they have concrete plans and goals for retirement. Join us as we share insights from 50 years of working with physicians and their families on their plans for life after work.

In this virtual session, we'll cover:

- where to pull your retirement income from
- what you should consider at your career stage
- how much money you really need to retire
- your medical incorporation and insurance
- what you should do with your portfolio leading up to retirement
- the importance of financial planning as a family
- what you should focus on in retirement
- the retirement questions we hear the most 


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Kim Peterson
National Client Engagement Lead
MD Management Ltd.
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National Lead, Financial Planning
MD Financial Management
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