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  1. Financial Advisory and Brokerage Firms, Pharmaceutical Companies and Bulk Sales

    Marketing Opportunities

    Customization – Add your logo to our books and use them as giveaways at financial and medical conferences, symposia, meetings, and/or sales calls.

    [ME-P Marketing and Sales]


  2. A Resource for Your Future

    Hospitalists are typically young and busy—the perfect formula for ignoring financial planning. There are several resources to correct that, including a how-to book published in 2005.

    Financial Planning Handbook for Physicians and Advisors, by Dr. David E. Marcinko, CMP, MBA, CFP, offers a personal financial planning program geared specifically to physicians. The book explains how to choose a knowledgeable financial advisor and develop a comprehensive personal financial plan, and the author also covers insurance and risk management, asset diversification and modern portfolio construction, income tax and retirement planning, and succession and estate planning.

    The book is available on http://www.amazon.com and in bookstores.

    The Hospitalist


  3. Financial Mistakes of Doctors

    How to handle money isn’t something that’s taught in medical school, that’s for sure.
    But, in many respects, what you do with your money is as important as the skills it takes to make it. In all of the day-to-day tasks that consume a busy doctor’s life, it’s easy to lose sight of the things that can put a serious dent in your finances.

    Here are 5 that are easy to miss and what you can do to avoid them.


    Dr. David E. Marcinko MBA


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