Starting Your Residency

June 15, 2016
Budgeting, paying down debt, and preparing for the future. Starting residency is an exciting time in your life. You have goals -- like starting your medical practice, getting married, maybe buying your first home – and you’re worried how your debt might impact your plans. Making sense of it all and putting a plan in place takes time -- time you currently don’t have.
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