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S6, Episode 7 - What is IRR?
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Good to see you again in Freedom Formula for Physician podcast!
During this pandemic, we are thinking about how to invest our money properly. We are all struggling during this time, so we must be wise about our money.
This episode will teach you about finance that you can use for your business and investment.
In this podcast, you will...
- Learn about IRR, Finance, and Investment
- Be knowledgeable about other business terms
- Learn more about cash flow
- Weaknesses in investing and how to deal with it
- Difference between IRR and ROI
- What is a good IRR?
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