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Financial Residency

Aug 31, 2023

Christine Zharova is an attorney that has defended physicians' work rights and practices for the last 15 years.

Her work specializes in malpractice lawsuits, and unfortunately, she's been pretty busy lately - big malpractice lawsuits are far more common in the healthcare world than people think.

Even more alarming is...

Aug 30, 2023

In this message, Jon from Contract Diagnostics shares a situation where a physician has relocated for a job that promised a minimum of 14 shifts per month.

However, the employer is now only scheduling the physician for seven to eight shifts per month, causing a significant decrease in their expected income. 


Aug 29, 2023

The short answer is no except for sod or weather-related items such as sprinklers.

Sometimes realtors will write a contract that states you want to escrow for a roof that needs repaired or the counter tops haven't been installed yet, but the banks no longer allow for this. The bank is writing a loan for a "completed...

Aug 28, 2023

Interest rates are up and buying a home can seem daunting. Doug Crouse with BMO Bank talks about ways to plan now for the future if rates should go down. Is it worth paying points to get a lower rate? What is a loan modification? He also talks about some shake-ups in the physician mortgage space with several...

Aug 26, 2023

Jon Appino and Dr. Catherine will be answering questions from physicians that want to learn about contracts, compensation, and negotiations.

I'm sure many physicians will find it valuable, especially with the opportunity to ask questions and get expert guidance. 

If anyone needs any assistance or has any questions...