Physician Retirement: How to Double Your Money in Half the Time


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Through strategy, habits, and mindset change, physicians can easily double their money in half the time to create a comfortable retirement. Using the rule of 72, you can determine the amount needed to invest to reach your retirement goals, and how long it will take to get there. Tune in today to learn how doctors can feel confident they are on track for retirement, and how to shift your mindset to invest more sooner.


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  • [01:02] Why would a physician want to double their money in half the time for retirement?
  • [2:15] What is the rule of 72?
  • [4:40] Looking at an example, how does a physician know they are on track?
  • [9:15] How does a physician double their money in half the time?
  • [12:15] Mindset shifts or habits that physicians should start adopting.


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