Top Financial Tips For Pregnant Women Physicians

After having gone through pregnancy, delivery and my first year with baby in tow I've learned a thing or two about the financials of having a baby as a woman physician.

You’ll need to accept the fact that you will likely make less during pregnancy, during your leave, and even after you return to work. This is due to how practices usually pay you and adjust your pay for time not seeing patients. Brace for impact.

Read my top financial tips on KevinMD.

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