103 | Financial Steps to Take as a PA Student
If you're fortunate enough to learn about financial independence before PA school or during PA school, there are actually steps you can start taking to develop good personal finance habits even as a broke grad student. If you work on these steps while you're a PA student, you'll be wayyy ahead of the curve once you start earning income as a new grad physician associate.
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