Survey finds doctors lag in retirement planning

06/11/2013 | PhysiciansBriefing.com

Only half of the 2,365 U.S. physicians surveyed by the American Medical Association Insurance Agency say they review their finances quarterly, and nearly half said they are behind in retirement planning. Respondents 40 and younger expressed concern about having enough money to erase their debt, fund their children's educations and retire.

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