According to the AAMC, 83 percent the class of 2016 left school with more than $100,000 in debt. If you are like the majority of medical school graduates out there, you're probably saddled with a good amount of student debt. Of those students, 44 percent plan to enter a loan forgiveness or repayment program. Consolidating and refinancing are just two of those options. To learn about these two payment plans, continue below.
As health care professionals committed to ethics, it may not occur to physicians that their financial advisors don't adhere to the same principles. Advisors serve the best interests of their clients, and if you are not on top of the nuances of the financial advice industry, you may find yourself in a conflict of interest. Continue below to learn more about finding advisors who care as much about ethical practices as you do.
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