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Helping my Friend with his First BRRRR_ Part 2

Helping my Friend with his First BRRRR: Part 2 Rehab Underway!

  Rehab Underway! It has been about four weeks since my friend John closed on his first out-of-state investment property. As a reminder, his strategy is the good ol’ BRRRR method (Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance and Repeat). So for our method to work, our all-in investment (cash) must be less than 75% of the ARV…

10 End of the year Tax-Savings Tip for Optometrists

10 End-of-the-Year Tax-Saving Tips for Optometrists

Remember, tax planning occurs before 12/31, not during tax season Read below for some very important tax savings tips that my accountant recommends exclusively for Optometrists/health care professionals. (1) Delay billing for work done late in the year so that payment will be received in the following year (as long as you do not jeopardize…

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Video/Podcast – SEO, Digital Marketing and Web Design with Dr. Richard Zimbalist

Dr. Neufeld talks with the founder/owner of Ignite Medical, Dr. Richard Zimbalist, about SEO, digital marketing and web design. Insights on building a practice website and making it visible and attractive are explored along with marketing: Related Articles Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.

Refinance Part 4

The Optometrist’s Guide to Student Loans: Refinance (Part 4)

How do I Refinance into Private Loans? This might be one of the most hotly debated topics among optometrists mainly because it is a ONE-time decision. Once you decide to refinance your federal loans with a private lender, you unfortunately cannot go back. You will lose all the perks of federal programs like flexible repayment…

Optometrist's Guide to Student Loans Part 3 Loan Forgiveiness

The Optometrist’s Guide to Student Loan: Loan Forgiveness (Part 3)

3) Loan Forgiveness programs There are there main ways where an optometrist can get their loans fully forgiven: (a) Public-Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) 10 years (b) Total Loan Forgiveness (IBR) 25 years (c) Total Loan Forgiveness (PAYE/REPAYE) 20 years (a) Public-Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) 10 years: Started in 10/2007, doctors that work for non-profit organization…

THe Optometrist's Guide to Student Loans

The Optometrist’s Guide to Student Loans: Harsh Reality (Part 1)

[Editor’s Note] Since federal programs and student loan policies change all the time, we try to keep this guide updated with the latest information as much as possible. You might be looking at your student loans right now thinking, “How the heck did I take this much money out? This is the price of a…

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The Optometrist’s Guide to Student Loans: Federal Program (Part 2)

If you are not pursuing any loan forgiveness programs or not eligible for tuition reimbursement programs, then the only option is to simply to pay off all your student loans. This can be accomplished on your own either via a federal repayment program, or the more intelligent route, which is refinancing into private loans to…

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Three Tips for Marketing Your Practice During the Holidays

With the Holiday season fully upon us, gift purchasing and self-indulgence traditionally reaches an all time high.  In fact, with Black Friday happening just a day before writing this article, I decided to analyze some shopping tendencies of myself and society as a whole and see what parallels I could draw to patient spending trends…

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Helping my Friend with his First BRRRR: Part 1 The Analysis

For the past 2 months, I have been helping a good friend search for his first investment property. John currently resides in sunny Southern California and works a full time job. He initially became intrigued in investing in rental properties out of state for the advantage of passive income and wealth building. He reached out…

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