Join Spaugh Dameron Tenny for a night of financial education for Surgeons and their families.
The evening will include a panel of distinguished leaders who will address the convergence of financial wellness and leadership in the medical industry.
As an Attending Physician who has transitioned into practice, you may be stressed, wondering if you are on track to meet your financial goals. You are asking yourself, colleagues, or family how to organize your finances and what you should do with your money. The panelists will touch on the six important money decisions for physicians & how they affect taxes, surgery center buy-ins, college planning, moonlighting, and stress.
Five Key Discussion Topics
- Taxes- As your income grows taxes become more complex.
- Surgery Centers– Decisions around surgery centers and practice buy-ins.
- Education Costs– As your family grows, so do the costs of education for your children.
- Moonlighting– Dealing with outside income opportunities.
- Stress– Financial organization as life gets busy.
You may not realize it, but you have already been making financial decisions all along. It is important to articulate your short-term and long-term goals, so you don’t look back in few years and wish you had made a plan sooner. The three panelists will touch on the financial vital signs of surgeons and how they have laid out a plan for their family.
The panel of local Charlotte professionals includes:
- Sanjiv S. Lakhia, DO of Carolina Neurosurgery & Spine Associates. Dr. Lakhia is passionate about the financial, mental, and physical well being of fellow physicians.
- John Dameron, Partner of Spaugh Dameron Tenny, LLC. John has two decades of experience helping physicians with their personal finances.
- Tom Loeblein, President/CEO of Healthcare Management Consultants. Tom has over 26 years of experience in healthcare consulting for physicians and dentists.
Shane Tenny, CFP® and Partner of Spaugh Dameron Tenny, LLC.
Financial Vital Signs Panelists