Student loan management is actually super easy for single docs and married docs with a non-earning spouse. That is not the case when both spouses work.
You no longer have to guess at the outcome of your interest subsidy if you prepay your loan under RePAYE. A persistent doc found the answer for you.
I've been begging doctors to refinance their loans since 2013. Now we hear from readers who finally did it.
This young periodontist is financially on the right track but with lots of expenses competing for his money. Many lessons to be learned for everyone in this episode.
It is fully understandable for a borrower planning on PSLF to be concerned, but it is not yet time to give up on the program. Instead, learn the rules, keep careful records and start saving up a PSLF side fund, just in case.
With an ever-increasing divide in their debt-to-income ratio, a veterinarian will need a highly focused strategy to be financially successful. Here's some advice from a vet to help make that happen.
Student loan management can be tricky, particularly during residency. Finally, you have all the information you need to manage them from undergraduate until pay-off in one place. We're talking private and federal loans, IDR and forgiveness programs (PSLF, REPAYE, PAYE, IBR, ICR), refinancing, and how to pay off quickly.
WCI Scholarship Sponsor, CommonBond, shows how a doctor can significantly lower her student loan payments and save big money by refinancing.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Loan Repayment Program is a way for academic physicians to pay off significant amounts of student loan debt. Learn about the program and how you might qualify.