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Personal finances for associates

DVM360 MAGAZINE: Nov 14, 2018
You’re not "in it for the money" as a veterinary professional, but you can't ignore the fact that you need money to keep practices open and you working. This year, make a New Year's resolution (or two or three) to better manage your personal accounts, your career and your practice finances this year.
DVM360 MAGAZINE: Nov 08, 2018
By staff
Before you judge your colleagues, take a long, hard look at our survey data on the educational debt they carry and why it might be limiting their choices ... and, overall, bumming them out.
FIRSTLINE: Nov 05, 2018
In an effort to pay off her student loan by the end of the year, this technician and her husband watch spending carefully and still find moments to splurge.
source-image Oct 22, 2018
Get an hour of CE credit as you learn the first steps to curbing debt’s control over your life so it doesn’t curb your enthusiasm for this amazing profession.
VETTED: Oct 18, 2018
If a new graduate wants to to spread her wings in a structured learning environment, the cost of delayed earning may be too high—unless she plans to transform into a specialist.
DVM360 MAGAZINE: Oct 15, 2018
It keeps you awake at night. It overshadows every life decision. It may even make you question your career choice. But you can be free of the soul-sucking burden of your veterinary student debt—as long as you have the right information and the right plan.
This associate started the week by finishing up a veterinary continuing education conference and then digging into a more normal work week, with a bonus of spending a little time with her extended family.
FIRSTLINE: Oct 11, 2018
If your financial life as a veterinary professional still consists of putting cash into envelopes at the start of the month—or the online or Excel version of that—you should know there’s a better way.
DVM360 MAGAZINE: Oct 11, 2018
Take a look at the numbers, and you see the student debt crisis is bigger than veterinary medicine. But the debt-to-income ratio makes our profession’s student loans particularly tough.
This week, this vet muses about the steep cost of therapeutic diets for her four cats—and that’s with the professional discount.