Retiring at 45. Sounds pretty nice doesn't it?
As a physician, you probably didn't start earning your first real paycheck until around age 30. You also probably graduated with a decent amount of student loans. These two factors can make the idea of retiring at 45 seem impossible.
However, while it's not an easy feat, it can be done. Read one physician's steps you can take as early as your undergrad to make retiring at 45 easier than you ever thought possible.