Finally. Your husband has graduated from medical school and now he is going to have a real salary! The average resident salary is sounding pretty good at this point, and you are making plans to buy new furniture and rent a cute little house. But then you go into some credit card debt for all […]
My husband is graduating in May and will begin residency…which also means loan repayment begins. Does anyone have any advice of filing our taxes this year to minimize the monthly repayment amount? Or any financial advice on this in general? We have friends who graduated last year and filed married jointly and wished they hadn’t […]
Physicians in Training just posted about a great resource on managing debt from medical school. It’s called FIRST– Financial Information, Resources, Services, and Tools. They have information for both medical students and residents. I’ve just skimmed it, but it looks like a good source of information!
It’s been a very interesting year for us…because all of the changes that Jason and I (Avi aka Doc’s Girl) talked about happening when we first started dating…are right around the corner! 🙂 I know that it’s hard to imagine what lies in store for our partners when they are done with residency, but this […]
Okay so I like to obsess and worry and I am seriously trying to figure out this loan repayment stuff (I know I only have a year – right?) So I admit I’m crazy, but I posted about how I think used to work out and how I think it works out right now – […]
Just a friendly warning that the Bank of America physician mortgage loan program (the one that ignores our obscene debt to income ratio) is being phased out April 1st. This leaves one day to get a contract on new home OR: Here’s the official scoop from the horse’s mouth – “Stacie, I wanted to touch […]