Turn uneven income into a smooth cash flow

Kane, Leslie
December 1998
Medical Economics;12/14/98, Vol. 75 Issue 24, p36
Trade Publication
Suggests steps on how physicians in the United States can convert slow months into a smoother cash flow. Includes getting payment more promptly; Preparation of emergency funds; Activities to undertake during lean periods; Temporary assignments to boost income.


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