Here’s Journal Club 02-10-23! Every week, I hold a JOURNAL CLUB. After filtering through the articles on the web, I present a few that impacted my life this week. Be safe and stay well!
- It’s no secret that many doctors have made hundreds or even thousands of dollars each year by taking paid medical surveys. If you’ve been thinking of starting a side hustle, taking paid medical surveys is definitely worth considering. Are you wondering where to start looking for these surveys? In that case, the Physician on FIRE has a valuable resource for you in the article – Top Paid Medical Surveys in 2023. Check it out!
- Let’s face it; nobody enjoys paying large sums of their hard-earned money to the IRS. As high-income earners, taxes are one of our most significant expenses. So, is there a way for us to keep more of what we make? Per the Debt-Free Doctor, there are numerous ways through which we could reduce our tax bill. The author talks more about it in the article – 10 Tax Strategies for High Income Earners: Avoid the Tax Man.
- If you’re new to real estate investing or aspire to become a real estate investor someday, it’s crucial to begin with what you wish to accomplish through real estate investing, just like any other investment. So, to help you identify and set specific goals, the author of Good Egg Investments shares beneficial guidance in the article – Real Estate Investment Goals And Objectives.
- More often than not, people are advised to invest in a 401(k) account and even consider maxing it out, which sounds like decent investment advice. However, this is recently becoming a highly-debated topic among investors and financial experts. So, what does this mean? The Prudent Plastic Surgeon takes a closer look and offers some insight on the subject in the article – Is a 401k Worth It Anymore for Doctors?
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Disclaimer: The topics presented in this article are provided as general information and for educational purposes. It is not a substitute for professional advice. Accordingly, before taking action, consult with your team of professionals.