The Specific Reasons Why Dentists Retire 5 years Later Than the Average American with Reese Harper

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Running Time: 70 minutes

The American Dental Association recently released a study on the financial success of Dentists. Among other findings, this study concluded that the average retirement age for a dentist is 67, which seems reasonable until you compare it with the retirement age of the average American, which according to Gallup is 62. This seems especially perplexing given that the typical Dentist’s income is much higher than the average American. In this Thriving Dentist Show, Gary interviewed his friend Reese Harper on how Dentists can achieve Financial Independence. In this Show, Gary and Reese discuss; How behavior and personality traits play a big role in how Dentists make decisions about money, an in-depth discussion about the 9 specific financial archetypes and the relationship between personality traits and financial behavior, how to avoid the common mistakes that each of the personality types ted to make, how to determine an appropriate savings rate, how to be fund your children’s education and how to develop the specific habits that will allow you to achieve financial independence. The goal of this interview is to help you practice dentistry because you want to, not because you have to!

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