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How Can Law Enforcement Officers Make More Money?

How Can Law Enforcement Officers Make More Money?

According to Indeed, 50% of police officers claim that their salaries are enough for the cost of living in their area [1]. That’s a great number, considering the economy and all. But what about the other half? It is true that most law enforcement officers (LEOs)...
4 Practical Financial Planning Tips for Nurses

4 Practical Financial Planning Tips for Nurses

Nurses graduate from their nursing programs with a plethora of medical knowledge. But most of these programs do not include financial management courses. This lack of focus on the financial side of things can lead to nurses often getting overwhelmed as soon as they...
Passive Income Ideas for Busy Physicians

Passive Income Ideas for Busy Physicians

Relying on a single source of income can lead to financial and professional difficulties. But a doctor’s cramped schedule rarely allows for additional work. Between medical practice, continuing education, and personal life, there’s often little time left...
What Tax Write-Offs Are Available to Teachers?

What Tax Write-Offs Are Available to Teachers?

As back to school season commences and the summer comes to an end, teachers have to start preparing for this new school year. This often includes buying materials for their classroom with their own money. Many schools, especially public schools, do not have the budget...
5 Ways Law Enforcement Families Can Save

5 Ways Law Enforcement Families Can Save

The average police officer makes about $53,000 per year1 across the United States. With their busy and unpredictable schedules, many spouses of law enforcement officers only work part-time or choose not to work. Or, if they do work, they have to put their kids in...