Money Meets Medicine Podcast
MMM 66: What To Do When The Debt is Gone
If you are a physician, there is an 80% chance you had or have student loans. Another 10-20% of you have credit card debt. Even more have a mortgage. It is obvious why we spend so much time thinking about paying off debt. Yet, we rarely talk about what happens next after the debt is gone.
That’s what this episode is all about. Tag along as we help you figure out what to do when the debt is gone. Whether you are currently paying down the debt, or already there… this episode is for you.
Today You’ll Learn
- Multiple tools you can use to help create your ideal life.
- How money relates to your ideal life so that you can wield it as a tool.
- And more!
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