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    A Financial Blog For veterinarians..

    It’s simple. We invest the same four years in education as other medical professionals and accumulate the same level of debt, but in the end our incomes are quite different. Also, despite years of education, most of us are woefully prepared for the realities of saving for retirement, purchasing a home, raising children and paying off student debt. You’ve worked hard for years! You should be able to save for life’s milestones and live a comfortable life; however, it will require an investment in education. This is where The PocketDVM can help. Sign up for our newsletter and stay up to date with the very latest in DVM financial news!

  • Retirement

    F.I.R.E. dangerous to your health?

    So if you follow my blog, you know that I’m not a big fan of F.I.R.E. (Financial Independence and Retire Early). For those unfamiliar with the topic, followers of the F.I.R.E. principals live very frugal lives using the money they save…

  • Blog

    Financial Advisors – Who Can We Trust

    It’s not easy knowing who a veterinarian can trust for financial advice. If you aren’t leery of the people who try to give you guidance on where to invest your hard earned money, then you haven’t seen The Wolf of…

  • Finance Basics,  Other Important Stuff

    Budget Boot Camp

    I few weeks ago I gave everyone a homework assignment. It’s simple assignment really- no algebra or physics – I just wanted you to download and configure any one of a number of budgeting / expense monitoring apps and then just spend…

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    Understanding Your Finances

    Expense Monitoring Is The 1st Step There’s no way around it – how much money we can spend and save each month is a simple function of our income and expenses. Unless you plan on moonlighting at an emergency clinic…