Money Meets Medicine Podcast
MMM 59: Jimmy’s 5 Rules for Healthy and Wealthy Financial Habits
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I am a big fan of personal finance rules of thumb. While they aren’t perfect, they sure are helpful in guiding us in the right direction. In this episode, we dive into 5 Rules of Thumb for personal finance that can help you get on the right track.
Today You’ll Learn
- What to do with bonus money or variable pay.
- How to make sure you don’t feel guilty when spending money.
- How much house most doctors can afford.
- And more!
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