Survey: Half of doctors review personal finances quarterly

06/11/2013 | PhysiciansBriefing.com

A survey of 2,365 physicians found half of them said they review their personal finances on a quarterly basis, while 29% do so once per year, according to the American Medical Association Insurance Agency. Younger doctors were worried about having sufficient money to retire, paying off their school loans, covering their children's education expenses and caring for their parents.

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