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Retirement Planning for Doctors

Stuck on the best retirement account options as a physician? We're breaking down the best options depending on your employment, income, and marital status.

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Retirement Planning for Doctors

Retirement Account Options for Doctors in 2021

Retirement planningit’s a topic that every physician dreams about, yet not as many put into action. 

Whether you’re a self-employed physician, or a doctor working for a major healthcare provider, it’s likely that you’ve at least thought about retirement, even if you haven’t put plans in place to make it happen. 

And that’s the key word—make it happen. If you’re waiting around for your social security to take you into paradise, you’re going to be waiting a long time. 

As a doctor wanting to afford the same lifestyle as you have today, it’s critical that you start planning ahead and saving now. 

Our goal here is to give you some base-level familiarity with retirement accounts, and our recommendations on where to start. This guide can prepare you for a future conversation with your accountant or financial advisor. 

What you'll find: 

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The SEP IRA: Great for Physicians in Solo Practice

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The Roth IRA: Great for Those With Limited Income

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The Backdoor Roth IRA: Great for High Income Earners

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Keogh Retirement Plans: Great for High Income, Self-Employed

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"Depending on a few variables - such as your employment, income, and marital status - the advantages will change when it comes to choosing the best retirement account option for you."

Samy Basta, CPA, Basta & Company