The Medical Practitioner’s guide to personal financial wellness – The family builder
This is the second part of our series the Medical Practitioner’s guide to personal financial wellness – aimed at those who are a little more established in their practice and possibly even thinking of starting a family. We have embarked on this to assist entrepreneurial Medical practitioners who have started their own practice, to make the most of their personal finances.
Assuming that the finances of the business are well handled by professionals who understand the intricacies of medical practice finance, after the first couple of years in practice, having hopefully paid off your study loans and initial set up costs, you should be making some money. Hopefully as a start-up you did set out with a budget and started a savings mind set from day one – so here is a little more advice…
We obviously don’t need to tell you about medical aid or medical savings, so we won’t – but needless to say, even for a single person this is essential and with a family even more so.
We at MFI with our Medical practice Management service do exactly that, ensuring a seamless tripartite alignment between Medical Aid, the practice and its clients.
Contact us to find out more and trust your financial future to the company that has the state of the art technology that enables us to process medical aid claims in excess of R200 million a year!