Senior physician COVID-19 resource guide
The AMA has curated a selection of resources to provide guidance to senior and retired physicians who may wish to return to work during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Why retirement can be a physician’s toughest test yet
Being a doctor is hard, but finding purpose after leaving practice can be harder. A successful transition requires financial and mental preparation.
Retire and stay active within the medical community
Find out how to prepare for retirement, what steps to take to make the transition easier and how to stay connected to the medical field.
Tax basics for retirement that physicians often overlook
Understanding what type of income to take, when to take it and how it's taxed can have a considerable impact on a physician's overall success. Here are some tips to keep in mind.
Top considerations for physicians ahead of retirement
Retiring with financial security is important, and there’s a lot of info physicians should know while preparing for retirement. An AMAI study uncovered some top considerations.
Early retirement? 5 factors physicians should evaluate
Nearly 30 percent of physicians retire before they turn 65. Keep these things in mind if you want to be one of them.
Resident & Student Finance
Top personal finance tips from experienced physicians
When it comes to finances, it’s never too early to plan ahead. These senior physicians’ personal finance tips for doctors may help get you started.
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