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Winter 2018

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In This Issue:


Opportunity Abounds for New Practices in Rural America

Grants and special loans can make country locations financially appealing.

The countryside is a peaceful place of open spaces and a land of opportunity.

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7 Best Practices for Patient Payments

Payment systems can help your practice improve tracking of who owes what and when.

Collecting and tracking payments can challenge any business, but medical practices face added and unique hurdles.

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Resources for Healthcare Professionals

Healthcare Memo

Planning for Your Own Long-Term Healthcare Expenses

Wherever you choose to establish your medical practice, you also will want to plan for the healthcare needs of you and your staff, including having a plan for long-term healthcare. Unfortunately, this type of coverage is expensive no matter where you live.

In 2012, total spending (public, out-of-pocket and other private spending) for long-term care was $219.9 billion, or 9.3% of U.S. personal healthcare spending. This is projected to increase to $346 billion by 2040.[1]

Many practitioners know about this looming expense. According to an AMA Insurance survey on financial preparedness, the ability to pay for long-term healthcare was among the top three worries for practitioners in their 50s and 60s.[2] Experts advise that you factor this cost into your retirement and overall financial planning.

Here are some things to keep in mind as you plan:

  • Long-term healthcare isn’t just for older people. The Family Caregiver Alliance estimates that 37% of the 12 million Americans receiving long-term care services are ages 18 to 64.[3]
  • One in four people 45 and older are “not at all prepared” financially if they suddenly require long-term care for an indefinite period, according to AARP.[4]
  • Purchasing long-term care insurance isn’t your only option for financing long-term care, though younger medical professionals may want to consult with a financial advisor about purchasing insurance now, when their premiums will be lower.[5]

Talking with a financial planning professional about how you can prepare for the long-term care needs of you and your staff can help you make informed choices.

PNC Point of View

Resources, Perspectives and Insights from PNC
Find out more about PNC’s experts, values and priorities through interesting stories on timely and relevant topics such as finance and the economy, community involvement and banking innovation.

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How Long Should You Keep Financial Records?

with commentary by Jim Benedict

Here’s a guide to help you think through how to keep and store your most important documents, but also know what you can shred.

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Student Loan Debt Doesn’t Have to Control Your Checkbook

featuring Naimesh Patel and Ardell Montgomery

Student loan debt doesn’t have to be overwhelming and expensive. Consider a variety of tools to help manage it.

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Cash Flow Challenges

Cash Flow Challenges is a weekly blog that gives you insights on the top cash flow challenges business owners are facing today.

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7 Ways to Improve Your Cash Flow Now

In addition to a business plan and a mission statement, cash flow management is a key component of small business success.

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Business Loans and Personal Finances: Real Crossover, Real Concerns

Many small business owners are surprised to learn their personal finances can affect the creditworthiness of their businesses.

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