Let’s Talk Tuesday: 4 Tips for Locums Professionals Preparing for Year End
4 Tips for Locums Professionals Preparing for Year End
The end of the year brings about a lot of excitement. The holiday season is a time for relaxing and celebrating with family and friends. However, in between your festive activities, take a few steps to prepare for the year end.
Contact. Get in touch with your CPA and financial planner. See what needs to be done now to get ready for tax season and plan your 2020 tax and financial strategies.
Gather. When you take some time off for the holidays and away from work, be sure to dedicate a few hours to gathering your important tax and financial documents. Also, use this as an opportunity to update your CV and gather and store your important credentialing documents.
Reach Out. Downtime is a great time to connect with your locums recruiters. See what opportunities are available for the upcoming year and if there are any last-minute holiday assignments you can take advantage of.
Schedule. If you haven’t already, start planning your locums schedule for the upcoming year. You should already have your January dates scheduled. Due to the time it takes to get licensed and credentialled, if you wait until January to start scheduling assignments, you probably won’t be able to work until March.
Get going on your year-end activities. Start planning your locums schedule for the upcoming year by contacting the locums professionals at Floyd Lee Locums.
Stephanie E. Freeman, MD, earned her Medical Degree from the University of Alabama School of Medicine. She completed her Internal Medicine Residency at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center and her Critical Care Fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Dr. Freeman also completed a Geriatrics fellowship at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. She obtained her Masters of Business Administration at Auburn University.
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