Student Loan Refinance Rates Drop Again

I was reminded once more this week while speaking to a group of physicians that there are many, many graduating residents out there who owe $300K, $400K, or even more in high-interest student loans. If you’re not going to be going for Public Service Loan Forgiveness, then it would behoove you to refinance those loans and then live like a resident until they’re paid off. I’ve written before about student loan refinancing. You basically couldn’t … Continue reading

New Options for Student Loan Refinancing

It’s been nearly a year since I did my first post on student loan refinancing. That page continues to be one of the most frequently visited on the blog. I remember being pretty excited to see anybody refinancing student loans at that point. Over the last year, a few other companies/banks have gotten in on the act. Hopefully this is a growing trend. There have been a lot of growing pains for the companies doing … Continue reading

Refinance Your Medical School Loans At A Lower Rate

[Update:Although I didn’t have a financial relationship with either of these companies when this article was written, I do now. DRB has paid me for advertising and I have an affiliate agreement with SoFi (meaning if you actually refinance with them through one of the links on this page I get paid.)] One of the things I feel the worst about for current students, residents, and new attendings is that not only do they have … Continue reading