With the increasing burden of massive student debt and low insurance reimbursement rates, many optometrists are searching for income alternatives to make extra money aside from their full-time optometric profession. Many optometrists are looking for ways (either passive or active) to supplement, or even completely replace, their current income by doing a “side hustle”. Click…

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Editor’s Note: This is a guest post written by  Dr. Chris Lopez who is a contributor for ODs on Finance and optometrist at a group optometric practice in New York. He enjoys helping optometry students and new grads navigate the career search. Aaron and Dat are extremely strict about guest requirements in that they must be educational…

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Editor’s Note: This is a guest post written by  Dr. Chris Lopez who is a contributor for ODs on Finance and optometrist at a group optometric practice in New York. He enjoys helping optometry students and new grads navigate the career search. Aaron and Dat are extremely strict about guest requirements in that they must be…

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Editor’s Note: This is a guest post written by  Dr. Chris Lopez who is a contributor for ODs on Finance and optometrist at a group optometric practice in New York. He enjoys helping optometry students and new grads navigate the career search. Aaron and Dat are extremely strict about guest requirements in that they must be…

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[Disclaimer] This article was written to the best of our knowledge with the latest news released from the Federal government. Some information may change/modify so we will keep the information updated to the best of our ability On March 26, 2020, To further alleviate the unemployment crisis, the senate approved a $2 Trillion stimulus package which includes an expansion…

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[Disclaimer] This article was written to the best of our knowledge with the latest news released from the Federal government. Some information may change/modify so we will keep the information updated to the best of our ability On March 17, 2020, the CDC and subsequently the AOA has urged all non-essential eye care providers to…

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In the past week, small businesses across America are feeling the financial impact from coronavirus restrictions that placed millions of people at home – avoiding non-essential activities, even visits to their eye doctors. As optometrists, we are in one of the highest risk categories for transmission and contraction of the virus. We are also responsible…

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