Contract termination, non-compete clauses and dispute resolution are among the essentials employed doctors should understand.
New residents have to allocate for rent, food, utilities, student loans, transportation and so much more. Here are some pointers for them.
Six-figure student-loan burdens can discourage underrepresented minorities and lower-income students, who are likelier to work in underserved areas.
Residents can benefit from a variety of insurance options, the counsel of a seasoned financial advisor and skills in employee-contract negotiations.
Residents should read disability policies’ fine print to ensure that the plans cover both their current income and future earning potential.