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FREE Financial Planning Seminars for ISMS Residents and Fellows
Posted on: 8/15/2016

You’re in the home stretch of your medical training. Congratulations!

But wait – what about your finances?

Give your checkbook a check-up with FREE financial planning seminars designed for ISMS Resident and Fellow Section members.

  • Buried in Student Debt?


    Many young physicians enter practice carrying six-figure debt burdens. If this is you, the pressure can make it difficult to make the best decisions about your financial future. Plan to attend Are You Financially Buried? A Debt Management Seminar for Young Physicians on Wednesday, August 24, from 6 to 8 p.m. in Chicago. Learn to manage educational debt, make use of the available tools to pay it off, and position yourself to meet your long-term financial goals.

  • Plan for Financial Independence

    Medicine can be a lucrative career choice. Yet many physicians struggle financially, regardless of the size of their paycheck. Learn how to avoid financial pitfalls by attending The Road to Financial Independence: A Financial Primer for Young Physicians on Wednesday, September 28, from 6 to 8 p.m. in Chicago. Learn about loan management, sound strategies for investments, and wise decision-making regarding life and disability insurance.

  • How to Protect and Preserve Wealth

    No two patients are the same; each has different needs and treatment goals, requiring a personalized approach. In the same way, a personalized plan is critical to meeting your financial goals as a physician. Find out more by attending Accumulating, Protecting, and Preserving Wealth: An Authoritative Guide for Physicians on Wednesday, October 19, from 6 to 8 p.m. in Chicago. Learn how to meet your investment objectives, manage financial risk and protect your assets for your future.

Each seminar will begin with a social reception that includes appetizers, followed by the presentation. 

This financial education is sponsored by the ISMS Resident and Fellow Section, working in collaboration with Mediqus Asset Advisors, Inc.

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