How A Small Business Loan Can Ramp-Up Your Business

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How This Couple Used A Small Business Loan To Level-Up Their Practice [Editor’s Note: This article was written by Mike from www.mikedupblog.com.] “One hundred fifty thousand dollars on the build-out, $275K on the practice, and another couple hundred on the goodwill…” It was like a sick and twisted math problem, circa 1st grade, just adding up all the small business

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What You Need To Know About Fundrise And DiversyFund

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What You Need To Know About Fundrise And DiversyFund [Editor’s Note: This post was written in partnership with DiversyFund.] If you’re a reader of personal finance blogs, you know that real estate investing is a hot topic. Bloggers plug and review companies like Fundrise, Realty Mogul, and PeerStreet. A relatively new, but highly competitive fund in this space is DiversyFund.

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9 Pros And Cons Of Refinancing Student Loans

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Pros and cons of refinancing student loans – Typically, one of the worst parts about becoming a medical professional is starting off with a huge amount of student loan debt. Here’s the latest breakdown according to NerdWallet.com: Average medical school debt: $190,694 Average dental school debt: $287,331 Average pharmacy school debt: $163,494 Average bachelor’s degree debt: $28,650 Travis at The

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9 Tips To Protect Baby Boomer Retirement Savings

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9 Tips To Protect Baby Boomer Retirement Savings [Editor’s Note: Here’s a guest post from Jason Reed at BestRxForSavings. Enjoy his information to help out boomer plus those approaching the boomer category.] The baby boomer generation is the largest in U.S. history until millennials recently surpassed them in number. As medical technology advances, this large generation is living longer and

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17 Side Hustle Ideas For Busy Medical Professionals

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Side Hustle Ideas For Busy Medical Professionals {Editor’s Note: This is a republished post by Robin at Side Jam Biz, for The Money Mix. Robin is a full-time business professional and writes about Gen X’ers dealing with the real-life struggles of money and debt. The article was originally published on The Money Mix.} So you’re thinking about trying to make

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Pay Off Debt Or Invest – What Should Doctors Do?

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[Editor’s Note: This guest post was submitted by physician financial blogger and Montana resident, David Graham, MD who blogs at FiPhysician.com. After discovering his passion for personal finance, he started a Registered Investment Advisory to promote his mission of “Financial Literacy for Physicians.” For personal enjoyment, he recently sat for and passed the CFP exam. Here’s The FI Physician’s look

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