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Picked up along the way, familiar to most all here and apropos of this thread:

It's not how much you make, it's how much you keep.

If you don't spend less than you make you'll never make enough.

Compound interest is the 8th wonder of the world. Ergo, invest early, often and as much as you can bear.

*and yes, The Millionaire Nextdoor! Read it if you haven't already. Directly addresses this contrast between Drs and Teachers. Among other interesting performance by various groupings, like ethnicity (e.g. got a Scot background? You're likely to out perform in this area compared to someone with a German family background).
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