paying cash

Paying Cash For Everything

I’ve heard a lot about the “cash method” as a way to decrease one’s spending. The concept is that you somehow become more conscious of your spending when you are paying cash for everything. Having to pull...

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change jobs

Should You Change Jobs?

Here are 5 topics that I would like to discuss when it comes to changing your job. This could apply to any healthcare professional but it’s mostly aimed at those who already have a stable job and aren’t miserable...

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Earning Money Investing or Working A Job

I just pulled up my KP paycheck and after taxes it was $1,140. I don’t work much these days so this wasn’t a big shock. The gross check was $1,500. That’s 24% taken out for taxes.¬†At the same time I pulled up...

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telemedicine gadgetry

My Telemedicine Gadgetry

Just like you need a stethoscope in order to be a proper urgent care provider, you will need the right telemedicine gadgetry. Unlike the stethoscope which is mostly a decorative piece worn around the neck, the tech needs to be...

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$2,000 monthly budget

$2,000 Monthly Budget

Could you live on a $2,000 monthly budget if you had to? Regardless of your circumstances, could you do it? That’s $24,000/year or $500/week. Let’s run a few sample scenarios¬†with a $2,000 monthly budget. With all...

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