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Where Do Nurses Make the Most Money

Question of the Week: Where Do Nurses Make the Most Money

There are four professions that will never go out of business and they are farmers, because people won’t stop eating, plumbers because people won’t stop using the bathroom, funeral homes because people won’t stop dying, and nurses because people won’t stop getting sick.

Nursing continues to be one of the most popular fields in the country and as the baby boomer generation has aged, the demand for nurses has increased accordingly. Many of the reasons people choose nursing is the helping of others, but to be frank, the pay isn’t terrible either. That being said, it’s important to understand the value of a nurse in a given area.

This article will take a dive into some of the locations where nurses make the most money.

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nurses tax deductions

Overlooked Tax Deductions for Nurses and Healthcare Professionals

It’s understandable that the last thing a nurse, physician, pharmacist, or any other healthcare professional wants to worry about are tax deductions. This daunting thought can also be the reason why so many workers in the healthcare field file too quickly in an effort to complete this task.

Many of the medical professions can be grueling with lots of stress, little sleep, and long hours.

To add to your already long list, you will want to make sure all your documents are in line for taxes in order to stay ahead of the game. In this article I will show you how to get the most deductions in order to lower your tax bill.

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Affordable Care Act Complete Guide

Affordable Care Act Explained

What is the Affordable Care Act?

There has been a lot of confusing when it comes to the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obama Care. I’m going to provide you with some essential information about the program and how it works.

ATTENTION: RECENT CHANGES TO TAX LAW HAS AFFECTED THE ACA!

Beginning in 2014, if you were a U.S. citizen or legal resident alien then you and your dependents were required to have Minimum Essential Health Care Coverage, have a health coverage exemption, or make a Shared Responsibility Payment (penalty or ISRP) with your tax return under the Affordable Care Act.

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