First Aid for Personal Finance: What Every Medical Student and Resident Should KnowPosted at by ifydcat on category Uncategorized
You were an overachiever in high school, college and medical school. But did you know that getting your M.D. only made you a “Money Dummy?” Don’t be another physician with a low personal finance IQ.
Radiology resident James Chang MD has compiled this book that will improve your personal finances and help develop healthy life long money skills. These money saving strategies for medical school and residency will save and earn you money during your medical training. Topics covered include:
-Application/interviewing tips to save money
-Tax strategies for residents
-Supporting a family during medical training
-Handling student loans
-Relocating to a new area
-Alternate streams of income
-Skills to make you more productive
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