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You're several years out in the working world and ready to expand your horizons.

You've been working in one clinical setting for a few years and are ready to try something different.

Maybe you've settled into a position and are ready to begin your family.

Or, you've dreamed about owning your practice, and it's time to make that a reality. At the same time, you're faced with student debt repayment and feeling stressed about your finances. That affects your priorities and choices both today and for the future.

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