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The Importance of Knowing Your Cash Flow

Budgeting has become both a taboo word and almost, one of status. Talking about your budget with your partner can be a painful topic, but the friend breezily mentioning it at brunch comes across as smart and sophisticated. What does budgeting really mean? There are countless apps out there promising to find secret stashes of


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Legislative Updates Q2 2021

President Biden has been largely silent regarding student loans in recent months. Honestly, we thought we would have some news to share with you, especially after Biden spoke to Congress on April 21st. Still, please continue to keep your loans federal for the time being, just in case. Always feel free to reach out to


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Tips When Leaving Residency

First of all, congratulations on your upcoming graduation from residency! All of your hard work is about to pay off. As you make the transition out of residency and into your attending position, keep these tips in mind. Are there any benefits from your current employer that you can keep as you move on? For


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The Problems with PSLF – Debunked

With all the talk of student loans in the news recently, some have raised the question of why student loan forgiveness measures are necessary if they already exist in the form of Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF). Many of our clients are on track for PSLF, and seeing the news stories circulating about the low


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Paying Off Student Debt With Hot Stocks?

“If only I had invested in (hot stock of the day), then I could have paid off all of my student loans in a year!” When bubbles, such as the recent GameStop bubble created by social media users, occur, it can be too easy to chastise ourselves for not investing our money for a quick


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Q1 2021 Newsletter

Biden Update President Biden held a town hall on February 16th in which he discussed student loan forgiveness. Here is a quick summary of what you need to know: President Biden has doubled down on his position to not forgive $50,000 in debt through an executive order. However, he has left open the door for


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Student Loan Repayment Employee Benefit

With student loans increasingly more of a “hot topic,” more companies are evaluating whether to include this perk in their employee benefit packages. If you are fortunate to have this option, or are hoping your employer will eventually include this benefit, this article aims to explain what these programs entail. What does a Student Loan


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What to Look Out For: Student Loan Legislation

Student loan legislation has been a popular talking point amongst Democrats for years. Now that they have control in both chambers of Congress and the Presidency, what can we expect during the next couple of years? The articles below dive deep into what policies we can expect to see proposed, as well as any roadblocks


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