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Hello I am working as a locum, and the amount of taxes I am paying is crippling. 49k in 2015 on 108k gross. What can I do to reduce this? I still owe 15k from last year and have not even started paying this year yet. I am married but I can't file that way, I have no kids and my home is in Ireland. I am not living expensive, I don't even have my own shower. I live in a campground to pay the student loans and taxes back as fast as I can. ANY advice would help Thank you
I am thinking about relocating to Oregon. This was a topic of another identical post but I have a few questions that were not answered there. 1. Someone wrote that the Medical Board is hostile to PAs? In a way that doesn't refer to specific persons or events, can you generally describe the hostility? 2. NPs outnumber PAs. How does this impact in pay, hiring decisions, promotional decisions, practice scope, autonomy? 3. If anyone works for the Federal government (prisons or VA), is there a better or worse or similar situation as/than those PAs working in other jobs not with Federal government. If anyone doesn't want to post, you are welcome to PM me. Thank you for the advice.
I'm looking at pulling money out of my IRAs to fund part of PA school. Has anyone else done this? What are the downsides, aside from treating the distribution as income? Any advice? Fundamentally, I'm looking at drawing down part of my retirement, vs. paying 8.5+% on private loans...