Doctor Common Financial Mistakes

Money is stressful for students. I’ve been there. As a pre-med, medical student, and even as a physician, it’s not uncommon to stress about money, student loans, and feeling stretched too thin financially. It’s essential to get a grip on your finances from day one because of the effect of compounding interest. This applies to both investments and student loans. These are the 5 most common pre-med and medical student financial mistakes.

01:27 – 1 | Pushing Off Financial Education
03:31 – 2 | Prioritizing Prestige Too Highly
04:38 – 3 | Not Practicing Self-Restraint
06:59 – 4 | Misunderstanding “Scholarships” and Loan Forgiveness
08:27 – 5 | Cheaping Out in the Wrong Places

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