My Retirement Mistake In Residency

Retirement is something that, for the average resident, is rarely on their mind unless someone takes a special interest in personal finance and investing. On day one of residency new residents are often more concerned with student loans and preforming well during ones training than saving for retirement. My orientation included a week of lectures, some more interesting than others. One hour of these lecture was filled discussing retirement.… Read the rest

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The Student Loan Repayment Guide

There are many different types of student loan repayment plans available to borrowers while in residency and fellowship. This post will explore all the different options, the terms of the repayment plans that are now available and which one may be best suited for you.

Being accepted into medical school is the start of an often times long and fruitful career in many aspects.… Read the rest

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Average Amount of Debt for Graduating Doctors

One of the most exciting times in a young doctors life is getting that acceptance letter from a medical school. However, soon after comes the worry from the new medical student and even possibly their parents about how they will pay for their medical education.

MD on Credit

I still recall my days of filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and applying for student aid.… Read the rest

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