Why and when you should refinance your student loans.
Between baby food and diapers, car seats, doctor’s appointments and very small clothing the money seems to be flowing out the door.
It’s time to give your finances a refresh and prepare the nest for your most precious asset so that you can relish this joyful time.
Here’s exactly how to handle it if you can’t afford your medical student loan payment during your lower-earning new grad years.
Face it, you’re out of college, or about to be, and, it’s time to start thinking about many parts of your future.
Now is the time to outline your shared goals and work together to build a roadmap to reach them.
When it comes to handling your medical student loans, most of the generic advice out there just isn’t a fit for your situation.
That first paycheck may be the first time you receive a sum that size – and you’ll be getting these every two weeks!
If you’re already saving through an IRA or a retirement plan at work, you need to know that it is working just as hard as you are.
You’ve spent hours planning for the big day – flowers, photographers, dress…now spend a few minutes planning the rest of your life.
Your whole family needs to be involved in and aware of your budget and savings goals.
When two people are ready to merge their finances, it’s a serious endeavor. Give it the attention it needs, but don’t overdo it.