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Julianne Andrew’s Featured in Medical Economics

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July 15, 2020

Recently, Julianne Andrews MBA, CFP®, AIF® was featured in Medical Economics’ Money news section. In an interview, she walks through some steps physicians can take to protect their personal assets. Julie states, “There’s a few of things you can do, a lot of times people want to hop to very complicated things right off the bat, but there’s some very simple things you can do that will protect your assets.” You can view the short interview video by clicking here

Julianne Andrew's Featured in Medical Economics
As the leading business resource for office-based physicians, Medical Economics provides the expert advice needed to successfully meet today’s challenges in practice management, patient relations, malpractice, electronic health records and other technology, career, and personal finance.

Julie has been the only financial planner to serve as a blogger for Physicians Practice, which is a division of Medical Economics and leading practice management resource for doctors and staff around the world. You can view her author’s page and all of her featured blogs hereTo see the process Julie uses to help physicians address their most pressing concerns, click here for the MDFIT™ process.

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