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6 Ways to Achieve Financial Success as a New Attending Physician

The 2019-2020 academic year is behind us, which means there are approximately 45,000 new doctors entering practice in America (according to the ACGME Data Resource Book). That's a lot of new doctors who have a fantastic opportunity to achieve financial independence if they get started on the right foot. Today we are going to dive into six ways to achieve financial success as a new attending physician.

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Tax Tips for Doctors

It’s tax season, so of course, we’re writing blog posts about tax tips for doctors. While there’s not much, you can do to improve your tax scenario for this tax filing. You can do a number of things throughout the rest of the year to put yourself in the best tax position possible next spring. That’s the thing about taxes – we typically file our taxes by April 15th for the previous calendar year. Once the year is over, there’s not much you can do after the fact. Therefore, the best tax tip I can give you is to start your tax planning now for next year’s taxes.

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21 Financial Goals for 2021

I’m really good at contradicting myself and making sense (in my head) while doing it. For example, I am a big advocate of setting goals and creating a plan to achieve those goals. The simple process of creating a goal and an action plan to achieve it can help you accomplish a lot. I’m not a big fan of New Year’s resolutions because they are usually a half-hearted self-improvement “goal” that we bail on by February. For example, every year, I tell myself I will swear less, say more positive things, and less negative things. I don’t make much progress.

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The Time I Spent $5,000 on Liquor

What a year 2020 has been. For some of you, this post may be an inspiration to drink away the memory that is 2020 and start fresh in 2021. I know I could go for a stiff drink this holiday season. Many of you probably saw this title and thought to yourselves, "Wow, Corey must be an alcoholic." Or, "Wow, Corey must have a lot of money if he can afford to blow $5,000 on booze." Or both. I have to confess, I didn't actually spend $5,000 on liquor, but I sort of did. Let me explain.

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