Medical Student Loans

Medical Advisors Group helps new doctors, veterinarians, and other medical professionals develop a strategy to help manage their student debt while helping to build a strong portfolio for the future.

Carefully Evaluate all of your student loan repayment options.

Many doctors are telling their children not to become doctors. One study shows that job satisfaction levels among doctors is rapidly declining.[1] Medical professions are also a global leader for depression and suicide.[2]

While there are many reasons for this, there’s no question that the ridiculous amount debt doctors are saddled with out of school is a contributor.[1]

In many cases, the principal balance on their loans is more than two or three times their annual earned income. Even though they have a high discretionary income, most of it goes to paying down their loans without making much progress year over year.[3]

Medical Advisors group is here to help ensure that you elect the ideal debt strategy for your long-term success.

[1] Farmer, Blake. “When Doctors Struggle With Suicide, Their Profession Often Fails Them.” NPR, Kaiser Health News, Nashville Public Radio, NPR, 31 July 2018, www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2018/07/31/634217947/to-prevent-doctor-suicides-medical-industry-rethinks-how-doctors-work.

[2] Kristof, Kathy. “$1 Million Mistake: Becoming a Doctor.” CBS News, CBS Interactive, 10 Sept. 2013, www.cbsnews.com/news/1-million-mistake-becoming-a-doctor/.

[3] Dahle, Jim. “Debt-Free vs $430K.” The White Coat Investor – Investing & Personal Finance for Doctors, The White Coat Investor , 7 May 2015, www.whitecoatinvestor.com/debt-free-vs-430k/.

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