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Julie Andrews is a Medical Economics 2017 Financial Adviser for Doctors

January 16, 2018

We are proud of Julie Andrews’, MBA, CFP®, AIF®, continued recognition by Medical Economics as a Financial Adviser for Doctors*. At a time when physicians are reporting stagnant or lagging income on top of the uncertain implications of new tax legislation, it’s more important than ever to have a solid financial plan in place. Julie continues to be committed to working with physicians to maximize their comfort with and control over their financial future.

Medical Economics, an award-winning magazine, is a trusted voice for physicians. Julie is the only adviser in Georgia to enjoy this partnership with the publication.

*Criteria for inclusion: Advisor should have a depth of knowledge about a broad range of financial issues with a focus on physician business or the medical field. Advisor should offer services to a broad geographic range and should require $1 million or less as a minimum. Advisors should be in good standing as evidenced by the national databases of the SEC and FINRA. Advisors selected for inclusion are not ranked against one another. Medical Economics Financial Advisors for Doctors is a paid listing and does not imply that the individual is suitable for physicians.

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