Answering reader questions on the Backdoor Roth IRA, refinancing student loans if not going for PSLF, and employee-sponsored 401(k) plans.
If you're arriving in America to start residency, here's a guide to show exactly what you should do to get on the right financial path.
Interviewing for residency comes at a time when your income, net worth and credit are at all time lows. But you can match at your first choice without breaking the bank.
Last year, WCI gave away nearly 24,000 books to first-year medical students. This year, we want to send out even more. Here's how to help.
Learn about what financial tasks to take on first by applying these "waterfalls" for both residents and attendings. Waterfalls are simply lists, or rules of thumb, for knowing what to do with your money, time, and life energy.
With more medical school students than available residency positions, Match Day won't be happy for all. Here's what to do if you don't match.
Those who attend international medical schools are taking a big gamble with their residency match. Here are a few ways to fix the problem.
Learn from one couple's experience about ways to reduce expenses, pay down debt, and save for retirement during interview season and training.
Today we discuss financial priorities for residents. Also answering questions on the mega back door Roth IRA, DFA ETFs vs Vanguard ETFs, getting rid of your whole life insurance policy, Form 8606, and cash balance plans.
There are a few important financial chores every busy resident would be foolish to ignore. Get these 6 things done and checked off on your "to-do" list.
These docs cumulatively wiped out over $3.5 million dollars in student loan debt! Celebrating with them and inspiring others to #livelikearesident!