For the hundreds of students obligated to military service, a residency match occurs every December. Here's all you need to know about it.
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.
There are two immigration options for residency—a J-1 visa or an H-1B visa. Here's what you need to know about applying for a permanent job in the US if you have either one.
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.
The lessons in 'The Millionaire Next Door' regarding Economic Outpatient Care still apply. Here's how one medical student is navigating it.
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.
Those who attend international medical schools are taking a big gamble with their residency match. Here are a few ways to fix the problem.
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!
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.
By Dr. James M. Dahle, WCI Founder Is not hard to find out how much money physician make in terms of salary. But doctors work hour information is notoriously difficulty to find. Answering the common q...