Doctor’s vs. Conventional Loan

A few differences between doctor’s vs. conventional loan doc loan low or no down payment (Compass requires 0% down, BOA requires 5% down) Doc loan no PMI (Private Mortgage Insurance) Doc loan takes future income up to 60 days prior

Taxes: Benjamin Was Right.

“In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” — Benjamin Franklin   As I explore how best to convey the importance of tax-efficient savings to my peers, I did a little math on how

From Josh, America’s Coach in Physician Home Buying

[Josh is a good friend of mine who has a great deal of knowledge and expertise in physician home mortgage.  I’m happy to share a series of educational posts from him regarding this topic. So here you go, Josh’s debut


Q1. I applied to DRB with my current income of $0 with current debt, I got denied. Should I have put my future PGY1 salary on my application? A1. Yes, PGY 1 income. Q2. Refinancing vs. Fed payment with PSLF?

4 Flavors of Rainy Day Fund

I have $0 emergency fund liquid savings, with the exception of periods of time when I’m trying to purchase a home and need at minimum 5% down payment, I never lend the bank my $ at lower than inflation rate

Click by Click Banner Match!

Banner Match has arrived. As of July 1st 2016, you can sign up at the fidelity website @ If you have already worked at UAHN starting July 1st 2015, you are eligible to get the 4% Banner match for


Recently a reader reached out to me for custom advice. I am always glad to help whenever I can, and so although our discussion was tailored for his unique situation, I thought I would share it here to potentially benefit

DWM Grand Rounds #1: Doc-to-Doc on Personal Finance

DWM Grand Rounds #1: Doc-to-Doc on Personal Finance

Title: Doc-to-Doc on Personal Finance & Physician Support Initiative   Highlights: Student loan management Public Service Loan Forgiveness Maximize Tax Efficiency/ Investment Return Physician Support Initiative P.S.I.   Date & Time:                                                              Location: July 6th, 2016 12-1 pm        

How I Take Charge of My 375k Student Loan

How I Take Charge of My 375k Student Loan

The following is a Q&A guest post from a good friend of mine, who wishes to be anonymous. We have no financial relationship to disclose. Here’s a list of great lenders to refinance your student loans with. (Note: by using

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