A career in medicine means you’ll be joining the top 1% of income earners in the country. But what about before you get there? During your training and as you begin to practise, you could be accruing a large debt load. At MD, we understand that keeping debt to a minimum, and knowing how to manage it, are the overriding financial concerns for medical students, residents and new in practice physicians. This webinar will focus on key debt management considerations to help you uncover the right strategies to help reduce your medical school debt.
Tackle Your Debt by Managing Your Cash Flow
To tackle your debt, start with a plan, get to know your net cash flow, follow this debt reduction plan: an...
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