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Did you know that Georgia offers businesses a tax break for investing in your employees? If you are a business owner, under the Georgia Retraining Tax Credit program, your business can receive a tax credit of 50 percent of your direct training expenses, with up to $500 credit per full-time employee, per training program, with an annual maximum of $1,250 per employee.
Working With a Physician-Friendly Advisor Is Crucial for Healthcare Professionals. 4 Signs to Look for When Choosing an Advisor
Medical school students graduate with an average student loan debt of $192,000, according to a 2017 survey.1 And with a demanding career ahead of them, most healthcare workers could use the help of a dedicated financial professional. From tackling student loan debt to preparing for retirement, an advisor can help take the lead on managing your biggest financial goals. As you begin your search for a financial partner, consider looking out for these four signs.
When I begin working with a new client it is not uncommon to learn that they have an outdated estate plan. Some people think not much has changed since they last did their plan, while others have different reasons as to why they have not updated their plan. And some tell me they think that estate planning is only for the super-wealthy.
Lies, sex, and accusations of corruption – no election year is complete without them. And while the 2020 election has proven to be one of the most contentious in recent history, contention is nothing new in the world of politics. From the political match-up of Jefferson v. Adams to this year’s Biden v. Trump, mud has always been slung, accusations have always been made and many Americans have found themselves uncertain of a future under new leadership.
While compensation is certainly not the sole driver for aspiring physicians to enter the medical field, there is no doubt that physician compensation in the past has definitely been something that makes the long years of schooling and residency more palatable. But, current regulatory and economic pressures is challenging that post-residency reality and putting significant financial strain on doctors now and moving forward.
As we enter the last quarter of 2020, it’s nearly impossible not to reflect on the normalcy we’re all being pushed to learn. While we’ve come a long way from the start, there are still a few months to go. With an election on the horizon and continual unknowns about the virus, I share 3 quick tips to help prevent the dreaded year-end burnout!
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