I built my practice specifically to serve the financial needs of physicians and it is personally rewarding to be included.
Omaha, Nebraska (PRWEB) December 10, 2014
Justin D. Nabity, founder and Wealth Advisor of Physician Advisors LLC, was listed as one of the Best Financial Advisers for Doctors by Medical Economics magazine, the leading business resource for physicians. The listing, published in the November edition, recognizes financial experts who cater to the specialized needs of physicians.
“It is an honor to be named in Medical Economics’ listing,” says Justin Nabity, who has worked with thousands of doctors nationwide over the past decade. “I started Physician Advisors because I respect and admire the commitment doctors make to their communities. I built my practice specifically to serve the financial needs of physicians and it is personally rewarding to be included.”
Nabity’s passion, and the aim of Physician Advisors, is to help doctors confidently prepare for their future and avoid pitfalls that cause serious harm to practices and lives. He shares, “As I observed several physician family members make mistakes, be abused financially, and struggle to rebuild wealth, I felt they truly deserved better. They needed someone who would look out for their interests just as they look out for their patients’ well-being, and I became determined to help prevent other physicians from experiencing those struggles.”
The team at Physician Advisors personally knows first-hand the challenges physicians face given there are fifteen physicians among the family members of the advising staff.
The Medical Economics listing features only 182 advisers in the United States and only four in the state of Nebraska. According to Medical Economics, the financial advisers were selected for inclusion based upon a comprehensive set of criteria. Most advisers selected for the list have at least 10 years of advising experience and work extensively with physicians. Other criteria for selection include depth and breadth of financial knowledge, credentials and certifications, assets under management, and good standing with both the Securities and Exchange Commission and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.
Justin Nabity has been helping individuals and physician families maximize their income, protect their assets, and build wealth since 2004. Nabity serves physician clients from all 50 states. He has been invited to train physicians in key financial concepts and contract negotiation at over 400 medical institutions nationwide, representing over 1,000 residency and fellowship programs. Nabity is a Member of the MDRT® Top of the Table, awarded to fewer than 1% of the world’s best financial professionals, and is a NAIFA Quality Award recipient for quality service. Nabity holds finance and international business degrees from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
About Physician Advisors
Physician Advisors, LLC is a privately held financial services and education firm for physicians. We are the financial advocates for physicians and their families. We help them make sound financial choices to protect themselves and their loved ones. With many doctors in our families representing over 200 years of practice, and decades of experience consulting with doctors crafting their wealth-building plans, we understand physicians’ needs. Physician Advisors serves thousands of physicians across the nation and offers training in key financial concepts at many medical training institutions. The firm’s services include physician employment contract reviews, financial planning, income protection, debt management, savings strategies, investment management, retirement and tax planning. Learn more at http://www.PhysicianAdvisorsLLC.com.
About Medical Economics
Medical Economics, published by Advanstar Medical Communications Group, is the leading business resource for 175,000+ office-based primary care and cardiology physicians, providing the expert advice and shared experiences doctors need to successfully meet today’s challenges in practice management, patient relations, malpractice, electronics health records, career, and personal finance. Medical Economics provides the nonclinical education doctors don’t get in medical school.