Impatience is a disease that keeps high-income professionals stressed about finances and running on the treadmill to keep up with their lifestyle. Show some patience and you'll have all the stuff you desire including financial independence.
Even for the financially literate, knowing what to do with your student loans can be a complicated process. Refinancing is irreversible so knowing when to go for it or not is crucial. Here's how not to mess it up.
PIMD shows that state taxes DO matter, especially if you are going for early financial independence.
Benjamin Meyer has put together a financial survival guide for his fellow interns about consolidating student loans, RePaye options, retirement savings and more! If you only have time to read one post as an intern, make it this one.
There are now more options than ever to refinance your student loans while still in residency. Easy payments and less interest accrual is a winning combination for those not going for PSLF.
A recently published academic paper confirms that the average resident is a financial idiot. Rock bottom. Nowhere to go but up! Kudos to those working on this problem.
Graduating residents need to pay off their loans efficiently, use a 15 year mortgage, and max out their retirement accounts. If you have any dreams of a nice retirement, paying for your kids’ college tuition, or traveling around the world at your hearts’ content, then heed this advice.