Tag: student loan debt

Removing Student Loans From Your Credit Applications

hey, guys, it’s Melvin Johnson and today in this video, I want to talk to you about the benefits of having student loans and how they can also help you in your real estate investing career hey guys love Johnson again I’m here with the park brothers trying to talk to you guys today about …

5 Ways To Prepare For A Recession As A Student Loan Borrower | Student Loan Planner

5 Ways To Prepare For A Recession As A Student Loan Borrower | Student Loan Planner

Here’s five ways that you can prepare for a recession as a student loan borrower. The first is to think about how stable your job is. If your job is pretty stable like you’re a healthcare practitioner, like a dentist or a nurse practitioner or a physician, you probably aren’t going anywhere the next time …

(CC) The Student Loan Debt Puzzle (Avoiding student loan debt in the first place)

(CC) The Student Loan Debt Puzzle (Avoiding student loan debt in the first place)

Hey I am Tony PharmD and I wanted to go over student loan debt with you a little bit. We’ve talked a lot about it on social media recently. Some podcasts have come out that have some excellent advice about student loan debt and things like that: Your Financial Pharmacist and so forth, but I …

How Much Emergency Fund Do High-Income Earners Need? | Student Loan Planner

How Much Emergency Fund Do High-Income Earners Need? | Student Loan Planner

How much do high income earners need in an emergency fund? You know if you’re a high income earner, your income is probably going to have a little bit more variability than somebody that just makes a steady you know government income. Now there are some exceptions obviously physicians tend to have very stable incomes …

What To Do When Your Physician Employer Doesn’t Qualify For PSLF | Student Loan Planner

What To Do When Your Physician Employer Doesn’t Qualify For PSLF | Student Loan Planner

What if you work at Kaiser Permanente Health System or just some other for-profit hospital group, or even just a for-profit physicians group because you’re not allowed to be employed directly through the not-for-profit health system because of some weird state law? What do you do when you have $200,000 or $300,000 of student loan …

Should You Use The Nurse Corps Program For Your Nursing School Debt? | Student Loan Planner

Should You Use The Nurse Corps Program For Your Nursing School Debt? | Student Loan Planner

Should you use the Nurse Corps program to pay back your student loans? Here are a couple things to consider. To do this, you have to actually get a position in a critical shortage facility. And to find one of those you have to go to HRSA. Just google that, and just google HRSA Nurse …

Almost 9 In 10 Student Loan Borrowers Don’t Know How To Invest | Student Loan Planner

Almost 9 In 10 Student Loan Borrowers Don’t Know How To Invest | Student Loan Planner

According to a survey of Student Loan Planner readers that we did, about nine in ten borrowers don’t know what a brokerage account is and do not know how to invest in one. That is a shocking, staggering stat and means that 90% of high debt student loan borrowers are really kind of in trouble …

How Your For-Profit Hospital Residency Affects Student Loan Forgiveness | Student Loan Planner

How Your For-Profit Hospital Residency Affects Student Loan Forgiveness | Student Loan Planner

If you’re going to a residency at a for-profit hospital, are you screwed, and can you get PSLF, or not? This is what you should know. You probably should stay on something like the Revised Pay As You Earn program so that you can get interest subsidies that will pay a portion of your loans …

The 9 Best Student Loan Servicers Ranked | Student Loan Planner

The 9 Best Student Loan Servicers Ranked | Student Loan Planner

Here’s our Student Loan Planner ranking of the nine best student loan servicers. We actually had a tie for number three, so we’re gonna start off from the lowest rated servicer to the best rated servicer according to our own internal survey data, as well as the database of CFPB complaints. So the number 8 …

Are 3 Year Pharmacy Schools A Bad Idea? | Student Loan Planner

Are 3 Year Pharmacy Schools A Bad Idea? | Student Loan Planner

Are three-year pharmacy schools a bad idea? Typically, a PharmD will take you four years, but there’s about a 10% of programs out there that will get you out in about three. Is that a good idea when the cost of such programs can put you into the same amount of debt as four-year programs? …