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  • My 2022 Investment Strategy: Uncertain Times Are Here
    I initially wrote this post in mid-February 2022 and the stock market was not looking so good. Currently, stock market sentiment is still not great. This is why I adjusted my investment Strategy during uncertain Times With this market correction and fears of world war III, I figured that I would share my investment strategy …

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  • My 6-figure Compensation Package As a Physical Therapist
    Earning six figures is a common milestone of financial success for many people including myself. When I began PT school in 2011, the median wage for a PT was $74,713 with 6-figures out of reach for even senior therapists. Nearly 10 years later, the bureau of labor statistics records the median PT wage in 2020 …

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  • 50 Ways To Save Money On A Low Income
    Saving money is challenging for the vast majority of people, but finding ways to save money on a low income is exceptionally harder making it more important they start somewhere. Let’s learn some ways to save money when it seems like we don’t have much to begin with. Table of Contents How to Save Money …

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  • Can Physical Therapists make 6 figures?
    While in my second year of physical therapy school, one of my professors said that the majority of us will not be able to earn $90,000 until we’re at the end of our careers and we can forget about earning 6 figures unless we pick up extra hours, a second job or start a business. …

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  • How We Spent $30,135.43 in 2020
    Often, the perception of what you spend and what you actually spend can be two different things. The purpose of this post is to realign these perceptions to reality. In 2020, we somehow spent dramatically less than we did last year. I’ll comment on this further at the end of the article. For now, I’ll …

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