Posts Tagged ‘student loans’

Suicide Awareness In The Veterinary Profession

**This blog post originally posted in 2018. NPR recently aired a story focusing on this topic within the veterinary community- you can read and listen to it here.** SUICIDE This is a subject that is, unfortunately, not a stranger to the field of veterinary medicine. With the increasing emphasis on mental wellbeing, we are now…

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Say NO to Negative Money Talk

Saying the word “money” can cause all sorts of mixed emotions.  Feelings of euphoria? Dread? Fear? Curiosity?  Unfortunately, the subject of money and personal finance can bring up a lot of negative money talk. This is especially true if you find yourself in a financially tough space, or if you start reflecting back on some…

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Refinancing and Consolidation: Which is Right for Me?

How do mistakes happen? When people get confused. This is especially true when it comes to dealing with student loans. Not only do you have to learn a new language specific to student loans, but you also have a new repayment plan/option that seems to materialize once every few years, complete with confusing acronyms. There…

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Creating Big Change With Financial Education

Remember when money was fun and uncomplicated? As a child, you might have received some money for your birthday or during the holidays. You didn’t quite know the power that you held in your little hands, but you knew it was there by the way people reacted when you proudly displayed those crisp bills. Maybe…

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The One Smart Money Move That New DVM Grads Can Start Today

As a new veterinary graduate starting your career, life can be overwhelming. You have just spent four intense years of your life preparing for this moment, not to mention all of those years of education and experience to get you into vet school. You are more than ready to finally practice as a full-fledged DVM.…

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