4 Common Mistakes Dentists Make with Student Loans

Brian Hanks Financial Planning, General Leave a Comment

A few weeks ago I had the chance to scratch an item off my bucket list when I flew to New York and saw the US Open tennis tournament live. As a casual fan and player, I loved the opportunity to sit as close to 10 feet away from Nadal, Murray, Djokovic and Williams – the best in the world. As I watched them play, I could predict who would win almost every time by looking at only one statistic: unforced errors. An unforced error is a lost point entirely the result of a player’s own blunder, and not because of how well the other player has played. As dentists struggle to repay record levels of student-loan debt, many are making unforced errors that threaten their long-term financial security and delay retirement. Unforced Error #1: Assuming Income-Based Repayment Plans are the Best Option Please follow and like us:

Brian Hanks4 Common Mistakes Dentists Make with Student Loans