A breakdown of Temporary Expanded Public Service Loan Forgiveness (TEPSLF) and how Speech Language Pathologists can take advantage of it.Read More
The North Star Blog
You had damn good timing!
You bought a house in late ’09 or ’10 after graduating college and getting a good job, maybe even starting a family. A few years later, with a rebound in both housing and the overall economy, your home is worth substantially more than what you owe on it....Read More
Have a student loan? You’re not the only one. 40 million US citizens have some form of higher education loan.
I imagine that number will continue to climb in the years ahead. As you can imagine, many of those 40 million people have questions. To help out this group of people, we’re going to run through a bunch of possible ways to work towards repaying your student loans.Read More
I was featured in an article from goodcall.com. They asked me for some tips medical professionals could use to manage their student debt. Here's what I offered:
There are a few basic tips for medical students who graduate with a large amount of debt:
Consider working for a non-profit institution. Your government loans could be eligible for forgiveness after 10 years of service.
Look into refinancing your private loans. There a few online lenders offering low rates on student loan refinances, especially to high income earners.
Don't be paralyzed by the huge number. You have to start systematically working them down. Even if it's only an extra $100 a month, it'll make a difference.
Check out the full article here.