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I’m a doctor in my first years out of training, trying to tackle a quarter million in debt and ‘get it right’ in all things personal finance. 

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The past, present, and hopeful future of a millennial physician

PayItBack

The financial state of our household and progress toward goals

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Everything I’ve ever written to date, for better or for worse

Welcome to another Dr. PayItBack monthly checkup! I use this space to remain accountable to our expenses and goals, track net worth and debt, and muse on what was done well and what can be improved. May was a month largely spent treading water. The market dipped another 6% but

Checkup – April 2022

Welcome to another Dr. PayItBack monthly checkup! I use this space to remain accountable to our expenses and goals, track net worth and debt, and muse on what was done well and what can be improved. You already know how this is going to go. The stock market saw its

Checkup – March 2022

Welcome to another Dr. PayItBack monthly checkup! I use this space to remain accountable to our expenses and goals, track net worth and debt, and muse on what was done well and what can be improved. I have flirted with the idea of cutting back on monthly update posts. I

Checkup – February 2022

Welcome to another Dr. PayItBack monthly checkup! I use this space to remain accountable to our expenses and goals, track net worth and debt, and muse on what was done well and what can be improved. Back to our regularly scheduled programming. We made it through the month without having

Checkup – January 2022

Welcome to another Dr. PayItBack monthly checkup! I use this space to remain accountable to our expenses and goals, track net worth and debt, and muse on what was done well and what can be improved. January was an eventful month for our finances. My family was involved in a

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