Making $570,000 a Year, but Not Feeling Rich; Does “Mr. Smith” Deserve Your Pity?

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    Making $570,000 a Year, but Not Feeling Rich; Does “Mr. Smith” Deserve Your PityI just read about this doctor who made $570,000 in 2012, yet he didn’t feel rich. The article used “Jake Smith” to cover the person’s identity. In the interview, Mr. Smith said, “I think of rich as not having to ... Read More

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    By: George Leong
    Posted: May 29, 2013, 8:15 am

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