Some of our clients find that their hands seem to be tied when it comes to saving for retirement.
finance for recent grads
Congratulations! You’ve leapt from paycheck hopping to solid financial footing. “Great! Now what?” you might ask.
As a new dentist, you’re carrying more debt (on average) than almost any other medical professionals.
Face it, you’re out of college, or about to be, and, it’s time to start thinking about many parts of your future.
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!
In order to make a positive and lasting impression, it’s important to be unique, dynamic, and consistent across your branded documents.
Actively managing your debt is an important step, and your student debt may be one of the biggest financial obligations you have.
The one thing that they may not have taught you is the real-life skill of managing your personal finances.
You need a plan to know that your money is working as hard for you as you are for it.