Brunch anyone? I can taste buttery, syrupy french toast already. Mmmm. My weekend so far has consisted of attending a Michael Jackson cover band concert, a talent show, a baby shower, and watching far too many hours of House of Cards Season 3. Quite a mix of activities if you ask me. So, this morning I'm excited for a more traditional Sunday morning. And, watching more House of Cards. What are you up to today?
Ladies and gentleman! It's finally here! We've been working long and hard to put together our thoughts and advice on finding a nurse practitioner job here at MidlevelU. Today I'm happy to announce that we have finaly completed the first ever edition of the MidlevelU Career Advisor eBook. Oh yeah, and it's free. What's in this eBook you say?
It's all about what you can get back when it comes to filing your taxes. Deductions are a fine line and you certainly don't want to raise any red flags with the IRS. But, you do deserve a fair assessment when it comes to what you owe Uncle Sam (or he owes you!). Many expenses nurse practitioners incur throughout the year may be written off when you file your taxes. What's legitimate and what's not?
I received a request from my employer the other day for some credentialing paperwork. Yes, I have worked in the same position for years but due to a company buy-out it seems the credentialing process never ends. One license or another is constantly expiring, or lapses in what I would refer to as 'administrative responsibilities' require me to submit and re-submit copies of everything from my social security card to my flimsy BLS certificate. Nothing gives me a headache quite like the credentialing process.