Teaching personal finance in training can be a touchy subject. While people mean well, they often bring with them misconceptions about teaching personal finance. These misconceptions prove problematic if we don’t respond…
Making the most of your student loan situation is paramount to financial success. For this reason, this is a must read post if you are a medical student, resident, or academic attending. Come check it out as we discuss the REPAYE loop hole and 4 REPAYE hacks that will help you make the most of this great program.
I still remember this conversation from the first year of medical school like it was yesterday. This was one of the first times in my life someone so profoundly told me “You can’t” or “You won’t” straight to my face.
As many of you know, I had a really rough experience with an insurance salesman. I now can not get personal disability insurance because of that. Because of that, I want you to know more about it than I did. No better time to learn than right before graduation! Come take a peek.
Right then, I realized I had made a big mistake by not taking a stand on this one, and not even realizing I should have… I deserved what was coming… my resident read me the riot act. “You know that not having your professional identity recognized is one of the biggest causes of burnout, right…”
Have you ever felt that impending doom of being seen as a failure? If you have any humility about yourself, the answer is probably yes. It’s called “imposter syndrome.” The prescription? Avoid the Duning-Kruger effect. Want to know what that is and how to avoid it? Just keep reading.
When I was in residency, residency refinancing companies did not exist. If you read part 1 of this series or are considering private refinancing options, then this post will help you pick the best company for you.