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Today's Veterinary Business - "9 ways to improve your personal finances"

Veterinarians are inherently busy, so enacting some relatively easy and quick changes to better themselves financially is a prudent move. Here are nine ways to do just that.

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"6 Ways Veterinarians Get Behind the 8 Ball Financially (and what to do about it!)"

Veterinarians have the deck stacked against them in some ways, here are 6 of those ways and some tips on what to do about it.

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Today's Veterinary Business - "Get personal about your finances"

You should have short and long-term goals and know how to achieve them. Whether new to the profession or near retirement, veterinarians need a financial game plan. Consider these five questions.

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Veterinarian's Money Digest - "Smart ways to save for retirement"

For busy veterinary professionals, understanding the smartest ways to save for retirement might not very be high on the priority list. Between surgeries, animal care, advising clients, and keeping up with CE, smart investing may well be taking a back seat.

Even if you don’t have a lot of time to devote to becoming a financial guru, it’s still important that as a professional—and perhaps even a practice owner—you understand some of the basic concepts behind saving for retirement. Following are the 3 most popular retirement savings avenues.

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Veterinary Practice News - "Personal financial health: Index investing 101 for veterinary professionals" 

For busy practitioners who want to invest but don’t want to get into the granularity of stock research.

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Today's Veterinary Business - "Why selling your veterinary practice should not be your only retirement plan" 

Too much can change over time for you to count on a top-dollar sales price and comfortable post-career life. As the equity partner or sole owner of a veterinary practice, you have put many hardworking years into the growth of your craft and business. Your practice is likely your life’s work. When you evaluate your retirement plan, the practice can be a major asset and cornerstone for your golden years. However, relying on the sale of your hospital to fund your entire retirement is a risk, and variables can derail even the best-laid plans.

Here’s why.

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