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Don't Fear The Finances
End-of-the-Year Tax Tips That Keep Physicians in Mind
Julie Gmitter

IT MAY BE ONLY November, but it is always a great time to start thinking ahead about filing your 2019 tax returns. Of course, everyone wants to save as much money as possible come tax time, and doctors are no exception. Just because doctors usually make what most adults would consider a “luxurious” salary doesn’t mean they are without student loans, car loans, mortgages, etc., financially draining them like the rest of us! Often, doctors are so busy they don’t have time to consider all the options regarding deductions and write offs.

Below are several helpful tips for doctors, or anyone who wants to take the reins of their finances and come out ahead when it’s time to crunch the numbers. Almost everyone can benefit from gaining a little more financial literacy, so these tips will prove useful to anyone who wants to make sure they are making smart financial decisions.

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