MY EXPENSES AS A JUNIOR DOCTOR | How Much I Spend As 26 Year Old Doctor (In The UK)

  • Published on:  Monday, December 28, 2020
  • Hey guys, I recently made a video where I broke down my payslip and how much I earn as a junior doctor in the UK - from this I had lots of questions asking about my expenses as a doctor. In this video, I break down how much I spend as a UK doctor, I detail most of my big expenses and talk about how much I could be saving monthly.

    These expenses include rent, car related costs, professional medical expenses, bills and my social expenses. Towards the end of the video I look at how much I could save by comparing my spending to my take home monthly pay.

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    00:00 Intro
    00:56 Rent
    01:22 Car Expenses
    02:34 Doctors Expenses
    03:56 Bills
    04:49 Social Expenses
    06:31 Totals
    06:58 Missing Expenses
    07:44 Outro

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    ⚡️About Another Indian Doctor
    My name is Kiran and I'm a junior doctor (GP trainee) and comedian. Finding information about your health can be overwhelming, boring and unreliable as you scroll through pages of sites trying to sell you essential oils to cure that pain in your elbow. I'm hoping to empower people to understand more about their health, but also to make it easy and fun to watch. I hope you enjoy my videos and that they can help you achieve a different outlook on your health and I'd love to hear from you on Instagram (@anotherindiandoctor).

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