The financial advice I gave to a doctor with mental illness
Providing financial advice for doctors for doctors with mental illness requires sensitivity and discretion, writes Terry McMaster.
Dr John lives in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. He and his wife have a small fortune, accumulated over the decades: their practice, their home and their super. It’s a good story.
But John had a problem they did not really understand. With an undiagnosed bipolar disorder, John was staying up, trading stocks online on the US share market, and he was losing.