Answering reader questions on the Backdoor Roth IRA, refinancing student loans if not going for PSLF, and employee-sponsored 401(k) plans.
Here's the story of one surgeon, who has a massive amount of student loan debt but who will likely pay only a fraction of it, thanks to PSLF.
Answering reader questions about Public Service Loan Forgiveness and using a 529 to pay off your own student loans. Also, an interview with Bill Bernstein.
Deciding to go for Public Service Loan Forgiveness is a big decision. We ran the numbers to help attending physicians decide if PSLF is your best option.
Worried about refinancing student loans for fear of losing death or disability forgiveness? Turns out it's still a no brainer to refinance. Here's why.
The federal government has announced new rules for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF). Here's what they could mean for you.
If medical school costs worry you, the HPSP might be an option. But with military service tied in to the equation, here's what to consider.
It's possible to drop student loan interest rates to tiny numbers. You just have to decide if a fixed or variable rate is better for you.
With record-high housing prices, should you cash out or use a HELOC to pay off student loans? Learn the options available and why this usually isn't the right financial move.
Here's the information a physician needs to manage student loan debt. We're talking private & Fed loans, PSLF, REPAYE, PAYE, refinancing, & how to pay off fast!
Understand the difference between consolidating and refinancing so you can make the best plan for managing your student loan debt.