Most doctors over age 55 are contemplating retirement.
And those that are not should be.
How and when to retire is a complex and emotional process, and one we have spent many years working through. Our advice has been crafted out of hundreds of client meetings exploring the psychology and economics of retirement.
Every GP is different. They each have a story to tell, and its usually fascinating.
But in some ways every GP is the same. The beauty of specialising in doctors lies in pattern recognition. Presentations re-occur, and allow the adviser to anticipate the issues. Repetition builds understanding.
And one of our missions is to help doctors retire sensibly, maximising their own health, lifestyle and financial experiences, as well as maximising patient outcomes and honouring community obligations.
To help you better understand the retirement process, and to make better retirement decisions, we have prepared a detailed 15-minute video explaining and exploring the GP retirement process.
You can view it here: Terry McMaster talking retirement.
Please do not hesitate to contact me should you wish to discuss the best way for you to retire from your practice.