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Disability Blog

Long-Term Disability Insurance Guide for the Optometrist

Optometrists with an average salary of $120,000 will make approximately $10 million dollars over their working career when factoring in raises and inflation. It took you 8-10 years of schooling to get to where your career is, in addition you probably took over $200,000 worth of student loans to invest in your future. Therefore, with…

IRS Limits

2019-2020 Comparison Retirement & IRS Limits

The year 2020 is just around the corner, which means it’s time for updates on limits to tax advantage retirement account and other important accounts from the IRS. Here is a complete list of all retirement account and other IRS limits for the year 2020: Highlights for 2020: 401(k), 403(b) & Thrift Savings Plans –…

Life Insurance Blog (1)

The Optometrist’s Guide to Life Insurance

Life insurance is one of those situations that no one wants to address or even think about, because frankly, it is quite morbid. If you are single and have nobody that depends on your income (ex: Elderly parents, spouse or children), then to be honest, you don’t really need life insurance. For the mass majority…

BRRR Blog

A BRRRR is Worth all the Stress

I want to dedicate this blog to detail my recent BRRRR project (which was pretty stressful and heart pumping). My goal is to show how fast moving real estate investing can be, and how much time and effort is utilized to execute a deal. If you are new to real estate investing or have not…

FSA

Capturing FSA Dollars for Practice Profitability

Set Precedence As I write this article, we are approaching the end of the calendar year.  Holiday decor, cold weather and basketball season are all in full gear. So what does the end of the year mean for an optometry practice?  In many cases, this is a practice’s busiest time with patients trying to get…

Tax Blog Glenn

Should an Optometrist Use a S-Corp? By: David Glenn (Guest Writer)

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post written by one of our sponsorship partners.  Aaron and Dat are extremely strict about guest requirements in that they must be educational and informative to our readers. Every guest post is vetted, read and upheld to the highest standards of ODsonFinance. Your trust is the most valuable factor to…

OD Home

What is the Optometrist Home Loan All About & How Can it Help You? By: Josh Mettle (Guest Writer)

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post written by one of our sponsorship partners.  Aaron and Dat are extremely strict about guest requirements in that they must be educational and informative to our readers. Every guest post is vetted, read and upheld to the highest standards of ODsonFinance. Your trust is the most valuable factor…

Disability Blog (2)

Five Steps to Begin Your Real Estate Journey

Real estate is a powerful tool for wealth building, providing numerous advantages over other types of investments. There are different goals when it comes to investing in real estate: appreciation, immediate income (i.e. flipping) or cash flow. At the moment, my main focus is to invest in real estate for cash flow. Investors who are…

Residential Real Estate Investing

Residential Real Estate Investing with Dr. Julie Phan

In this episode, Dr. Julie Phan, a private practice owner and new mom, gives us an overview of real estate investing and insight into her successful real estate investing career. Related Articles Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.

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