The Simple Truth About College Savings for DoctorsDec 07, 2022
What is the simple truth about college savings for doctors? When do physicians need to start saving for their children's college education? How much should a doctor save for public or private college and how can you use a 529 plan to save money? Tune in to learn the answer to these questions and become an informed parent surrounding your child’s college savings.
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IN THIS EPISODE
- [3:22] How much money does a physician need to save for college funds?
- [6:36] How does this amount compare to life insurance?
- [8:45] How much does a physician need to save per month for public or private school?
- [12:40] Why is the price of college so high?
- [15:00] What is the simple truth about doctors saving for college?
- [16:46] How can physicians use 529s, and how can Physician Family Financial Advisors Inc. help?
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