Is Revised Pay As You Earn (REPAYE) Repayment Plan for you?

    For larger or printable view, click Here. Benefits of REPAYE Plan The REPAYE Plan enables 5 million more Direct Loan borrowers to cap their monthly student loan payment amount at 10 percent of monthly discretionary income, without regard to

DWM Grand Rounds #1: Doc-to-Doc on Personal Finance

DWM Grand Rounds #1: Doc-to-Doc on Personal Finance

Title: Doc-to-Doc on Personal Finance & Physician Support Initiative   Highlights: Student loan management Public Service Loan Forgiveness Maximize Tax Efficiency/ Investment Return Physician Support Initiative P.S.I.   Date & Time:                                                              Location: July 6th, 2016 12-1 pm        

PSLF – Why REPAYE May NOT be the Best Plan.

PSLF – Why REPAYE May NOT be the Best Plan.

      [This is a guest post by Bo Liu aka Future Proof M.D., who runs http://futureproofmd.com/ He is a colleague in the field of radiology and a comrade in the mission of promoting financial literacy and empowerment among physicians.

RePaye vs. Paye vs. IBR vs. Refinance

RePaye vs. Paye vs. IBR vs. Refinance

      Dear MS4 around the world: Congratulations for coming this far! This is your match day/ early medical school graduation present from DWM. This chart will serve you throughout your residency & fellowship. I will continue to update this chart

Prevention is the Best Medicine

Prevention is the Best Medicine

  Yes, it is possible to pay off 400k of student debt aggressively by living like a resident for 5-years after you finish training and make attending level paychecks. But minimizing taking out student loans in the first place will

Do it right; so you need No forgiveness-Part I

  Forgiveness program is not all that forgiving. This is a post for those beyond living on borrowed money as students but have yet gotten to the end-of-the-tunnel where fully realized income potential illuminates. In medicine, this transition between accruing student loan debt and

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