A Review of “The White Coat Investor”: Money Advice for High Earners

Chris Mamula

Are you a physician, other medical professional, attorney, engineer, or in another profession requiring advanced education to obtain a high paying job? If so, you’ve spent years of your life going to school.  You’ve spent tens if not hundreds of thousands of dollars obtaining degrees that allow you to be a highly compensated professional. But […]

Published or Updated: May 20, 2016

Tax Credits and Deductions for a College Education

If you’re a college student, are paying off student loans, or have a child in college in 2016, be sure to look out for education-related tax deduction and credits when you file your taxes next year. The IRS names several available deductions and credits related to college expenses, including student loan interest. I’ll break down […]

Published or Updated: May 21, 2016

What You Need to Know About Credit Scores and Student Debt Refinancing

One of the dilemmas facing people who have large student loan debt is the difficulty in refinancing student debt into loans with both lower interest rates and lower monthly payments. Refinancing generally requires either good or excellent credit. The credit score requirement may be too high for most recent college graduates. So does that mean that you […]

Published or Updated: April 14, 2016

How to Pick the Best Student Loan Repayment Plan

In this podcast we look at repayment plan options for those with federal student loans. Picking the best plan can lower your payments, and potentially save you a bundle.

Published or Updated: February 28, 2016

The Best Way to Save for College: UGMA vs 529 Plan

If you’ve seen the news lately, you’re probably aware that there is a student loan crisis happening in this country. Student loan debt is now estimated at over $1.3 trillion, with more than 40 million Americans carrying student loan debt. While the government tries to relieve some of the stress, there’s an even better way to pay for college […]

Published or Updated: February 4, 2016

3 Income-Based Repayment Plans: The Pros and Cons

Thousands of recent college graduates are struggling to pay large student loans at a time in their life when earnings are relatively low. But fortunately there is some relief, at least in regard to government-sponsored student loans. Of course, there are pros and cons involved with each that you need to be aware of before using one […]

Published or Updated: January 20, 2016

The Pros and Cons to Income-Based Student Loan Repayment

You’ve probably heard that there’s a student loan debt crises going on and that many borrowers find themselves unable to land jobs which provide them with enough income to live comfortably while making their payments. The headlines are everywhere, so it’s been hard to miss. But, do have you really dug into the crippling numbers? The total amount of student loan […]

Published or Updated: January 13, 2016

10 Top Rated Online Colleges

There are a dozens of ways to evaluate and rank online colleges. Whether it is through academic standards, instructor credentials, or student engagement, online colleges can be sliced and diced in a variety of ways to help you make the best decision for your college career. Being “top rated online college” means different things to different […]

Published or Updated: October 30, 2015

Student Loan Consolidation vs. Refinancing–Do You Know the Difference?

When it comes to student loan refinances, the words consolidation and refinance are often used interchangeably. But they are actually not the same thing – each describes an entirely different loan process. Because of the differences, you may find yourself going in one direction or the other. You may even decide that the best action is […]

Published or Updated: December 19, 2015

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