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Here at MGM Financial Services we work with you our clients to secure your financial wellness.

We understand the unique issues and challenges that face doctors. 

Using our experience working with doctors over many years we can give you advice tailored not just to you, but also to your profession. 

YOU

Every day you deal with your patients' questions and queries about their health and wellness. Do you ever get the chance to pose those same questions in relation to your own financial well-being? You might be considering some of these questions already: 

  • How does the GMS scheme work?

  • Can I retire early?

  • What's the best way to fund my childrens' education?

  • What is the difference between an ARF and an annuity?

At MGM we'll do more than answer these questions. We genuinely believe that 'life is a journey, not a destination'. Together using our collaborative planning process we'll create a plan for you that will ensure you have a clear strategy to help protect your family now and in the years to come, accomplish your life goals and experience the retirement you dream of and deserve. 

Work with us to make sure you live your journey to the full.

US

Financial Wellness for Medical Professionals

Mary, Declan, Clíodhna and the MGM team have been working with the medical profession for many years now.

We work on your financial well-being right through from the early days of internship to the established careers of GP Practitioners, Public Health Doctors and Consultants into and throughout retirement.

Wherever you are in your medical career, we have the specialised expertise to assist and guide you.

CONTACT US  - 01 293 9333

Office Suite 12, Grange Road Retail Park, Rathfarnham, Dublin 16. D16 WC67

01 293 9333

01 293 9333

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