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Determining your personal cash flow or budget will help you figure out what your monthly draw from the practice (how much you need to live) should be. Your student loan payments are a personal expense and not a tax deduction for your business, therefore they should not be paid from the business.
When calculating your personal cash flow, make sure you are accurate and thorough when listing your personal living expenses. Don’t forget to include these expenses:
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