Medical trainees should enter workforce with plan for financial stability

Living simply and cheaply in the first years after medical training can set young rheumatologists on the course for financial stability later in life, according to a speaker at the CSRO Fellows Conference.“Money does not necessarily bring happiness,” James M. Dahle, MD, FACEP, a practicing emergency physician and veteran from Salt Lake City, Utah, said in his presentation. “But ignoring money can make your life miserable.”Dahle, who has blogged, podcasted and authored books about financial advice for clinicians, suggested that the “secrets to financial independence”Read More

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