Good for the patient, good for the soul
Why health advocacy matters now more than ever. Within the medical community, the term “advocacy” is thrown...
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Rent or buy: What to think about before you decide
Are you a medical resident or new-to-practice physician wrestling with the question of whether to buy a home? In Canada, there’s no shortage of articles and news about home prices and...
Are you taking the right vacations? How to make the most of your down time
Though Dr. Anita Chakravarti did not know it at the time, a family vacation she took some 20 years ago would change her life forever. Dr. Chakravarti — a professor at the University of...
The truth about robo-advisors
The robots are coming—and it could be a very good thing for your finances.
Tax deductions and credits all physicians should know about
5 tax tips you may not know about
Optimize your tax return: file your tax return early, adjust your tax return for missed credits and deductions and claim the home accessibility credit, disability tax credit and medical expenses.
Federal budget 2019
The 2019 federal budget (Budget 2019) was tabled on Tuesday, March 19, by federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau.
Tax tips for medical students, residents and medical fellows
Tax Tips for Medical Students, Residents and Medical Fellows
Making the transition: Med student to resident
PODCAST - In this episode, Morgan discusses Transitioning from Med School to Residency. It’s an experience unlike any other - an intense shift that accompanies a wide range of emotions and...
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Tax tips for medical students and residents for the 2018 tax year
As a medical student or resident, you have plenty of things on your mind other than your income taxes. However, being aware of things like tax benefits can help reduce the tax you pay...
How to master these two cash-flow challenges while transitioning into practice
Transitioning into practice is an exciting and challenging time for medical residents. Not only do you have the professional challenges of settling into your career, there are also a...
Medical residents: 10 painless tips for filing your income tax return
There are people out there who love income tax season. They like crunching the numbers and determining if they get a tax refund. For medical residents, surely it’s one of the last things on...
Healthy habits advice for physicians: A curated list for 2019
Life is hectic. Physicians are so caught up in work and other demands that many don’t make time to care for themselves. Mental and physical health and wellness is a growing concern in the medical...
Reducing your debt: Key questions and answers
To help make your debt-reduction goals possible, here are some frequently asked questions that relate to debt and repayment plans, as well as how your credit history may be impacted.
Four tips to help you manage your finances
About 46% of medical students expect to leave school with a debt of over $100,000. For new in practice physicians, setting up a debt repayment plan – and tracking where money is being spent –...
Five tax tips for medical residents
As a medical resident, being aware of the tax benefits that you may qualify for can help minimize the taxes you pay.
Insurance for medical residents
As a medical resident, your ability to earn an income is one of your most valuable assets. But life can be unpredictable.
Wealth management for female physicians
Over my career, I've worked in the technology and financial services industries and my work with early career physicians here at MD means I interact with medical professionals.
It's about to get interest(ing)
PODCAST - In this episode, Morgan discusses interest rates, debt and how leaving money on your student/resident line of credit is more similar to leaving an outstanding balance on your credit card...
Pay yourself first: A savings strategy that leaves more in your pocket