Student loans, mortgages, credit cards, oh my! How to optimize your debt.

How To Freeze Your Kids’ Credit

You can and should freeze your kids' credit. Here's why and how. Background Minor children are targets for identity theft because no one monitors their credit. A fraudster could get loans in your kid's name for years. Then your child applies for their first job or...

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Monitoring Financial Health: Debt Rate

What is Debt Rate? Debt Rate is a key indicator of your financial health. It's the percentage of your annual gross income that goes to debt payments. Total Annual Debt Payments / Total Personal Income = Debt Rate Example: Assume your annual income is $300K. If you're...

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How To Freeze Your Credit

Stop bad guys from getting loans in your name. Here's how to freeze your credit quickly and easily. Background There are three major credit bureaus: Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. Each one tracks your credit history and calculates a credit score. When you apply...

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Managing Student Loans During Residency

Managing student loans during residency is often overlooked, but it has a huge impact on your financial future! This article assumes the following: You have federal loans. You're early in residency. For now, you're managing your existing loans as they are. When you...

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Should I Pay Off Debt or Invest?

One of the most common questions we get from our clients is "Should I pay off debt or invest?" When you become an attending physician, you're finally at the point where you have some excess cash at the end of the month, and you want to make sure you're using it...

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