Your medical residency can bring new financial questions. Finding the right balance between paying your medical school debt and starting to enjoy the benefits of your new income can be stressful. You deserve specialized financial advice and answers to your financial questions to help you navigate this important chapter in your career. We break down some of the top questions medical residents ask.
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