Webcast, Part One: Personal Finance Essentials for Professionals
Looking for a book to teach you personal finance? With four simple rules, webcast presenter Blake Fagan, MD, sums up the basics you'll see covered in every resource on money management:
- Live within your earned income
- Build up an emergency savings reserve for three to six months of expenses
- Avoid borrowing, except in the case of a mortgage
- Save and invest for the future
Money and Debt Management Resources—AAFP
- Debt Management Strategies for Medical Education
- AAFP Policy: Medical Student Debt
- Advocacy and Medical Student Debt
Money and Debt Management Resources—AAMC
- AAMC FIRST (Financial Information, Resources, Services, and Tools)(aamc.org)
- 10 Tips for Managing Your Money During Medical School(members.aamc.org)
- Budgeting to Pay For Medical School(students-residents.aamc.org)
- AAMC MedLoans® Organizer and Calculator (MLOC)(students-residents.aamc.org)
- Education Debt Manager(members.aamc.org)
- Postponing Loan Repayment During Residency(students-residents.aamc.org)
- Loan Repayment Options(students-residents.aamc.org)
- Repayment Assistance Through Forgiveness, Scholarships, or Service(students-residents.aamc.org)
- Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF)(students-residents.aamc.org)
- 10 Tips for Managing Your Money During Residency(members.aamc.org)
Don't Miss Part Two: Understanding Student Loan Repayment
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