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Every week Jake Rivas, Financial Advisor To Millennials, will hit the streets, coffee shops, and restaurants to get raw feedback from YOU about the real financial obstacles you are facing today. Jake will help you take the guesswork out of managing your money choices while curating and sharing the best advice and insights into making smart money choices. Jakes Two Cents will help you navigate credit, financial debt, saving for the future, student loans, mortgages, travel, money, lifestyle, a ...
 
Travis helps you navigate the insane world of student loans, especially if you owe $50,000 to $1 million. If you've ever spent too much time on the phone with your loan servicer, this is the show for you. Every week we share tips on loan forgiveness, investing, crushing debt, and how to get to financial freedom when you owe more than most people's mortgage.
 
The Student Loan Podcast is your source for the latest and not-so-greatest on the rising cost of higher education. Student loan debt and tuition costs continue to rise and we will work together so that we do not get caught in the tide. Join Daphné Vanessa and Shamil Rodriguez as they discuss student loans, tuition, and everything in between. Visit www.thestudentloanpodcast.com for more information.
 
On Money Meets Medicine, Jimmy Turner, MD and Ryan Inman, a fee-only financial advisor, combine their experience to teach you about the personal finance topics you wish you had learned in medical school. The MMM podcast will help you tackle your student loans, achieve financial independence, invest for retirement, and decrease your financial stress and burnout. Come find out how much you can learn about money with the experience and perspective of a physician and a financial advisor combined ...
 
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Betsy Mayotte, the founder of TISLA (http://freestudentloanadvice.org/) joins the show to share free student loan advice that she has gained in over 20 years in the student loan space. She's helped thousands of families navigate through financing their higher education goals. We hope you have your thinking caps on today because Betsy jumps into why…
 
Last week, Jimmy shared one of his biggest financial mistakes. Now. it's only fair that Ryan shares his this week! Though Ryan isn’t a doctor himself (only married to one!), many of his mistakes can relate back to common mistakes doctors make all the time! If you want to avoid making your finances a raging dumpster fire, then you probably will like…
 
Do you wonder if you made the right decision to go into the field you did? After investing years of time and effort, along with hundreds of thousands of dollars in student loan debt, do you ask yourself “is the grass greener on the other side?” Join me as I take a deep dive into what peak happiness might look like, how to deal with job regret and t…
 
As we have mentioned on previous shows, even with a democrat controlled House and Senate Biden cannot accomplish everything he wants. Though, it may feel like he will with this new, almost 2 Trillion dollar stimulus proposal. Jake and Kirk take a look at the major proposals and how they believe they will be impactful, or, maybe not as much. Also, t…
 
As much as they don’t like to admit it, Ryan and Jimmy have made some huge financial mistakes. Jimmy will share the financial mistake he made while in med school that he hopes can be a lesson for everyone listening. Learn from Jimmy’s misstep to understand disability insurance and why you need to do your research! If you are looking to reduce your …
 
Danielle Douglas-Gabriel from the Washington Post joins The Student Loan Podcast to discuss the history and current state of the student loan industry. Danielle covers everything from the history of student loans in America, CFPB enforcement efforts, student loan scandals that have shaped current student loan policies, the Biden administration plan…
 
A big focus of our podcast is maximizing loan forgiveness when you owe a lot more than you earn in student loans. But what if your income grew to a point where it would cost more if you stuck with forgiveness? Should you abandon student loan forgiveness? Join me as I discuss all you need to consider when making the decision to pay off your loan and…
 
In today's episode Daphné and Shamil take a fun twist and discuss celebrities that have paid off student loans for their fans or random people they've encountered on the internet. This fun filled episode will inspire you, make you laugh, and give you some insight as to how sharing your story online can be heard by the right person at the right time…
 
Though the investment app boasts no commissions, there are several strategies the company uses to make money. Some of these strategies seem familiar to us and some may be unique. One of them, Jake and Kirk believe, is actually quite dangerous! *“Tax preparation, planning, IRS representation, and business valuation services offered through iFile Tax…
 
It’s hard to resist the sexy, trendy financial investment that everyone wants to get into these days: Real Estate. However, just because it’s popular, doesn’t mean you should go out and buy the first property you see. Explore the highs and lows of real estate investing with Ryan and Jimmy. As a Doctor, you don’t specialize in the intricacies of con…
 
What do student loans have in common with the Budweiser Clydesdales? You know, those massive and powerful bay-colored draught horses that you see in Bud advertisements? Forgive the analogy, but you are a Clydesdale. You have more power than you think to steer your professional and, yes, financial destiny. Join me as I make the case that you may be …
 
There are a lot of myths and misinformation about what was going on with Gamestop. Jake and Kirk set the record straight with some of the facts regarding the strange case of Gamestop and the cliff that hasn’t happened (yet!). On this show you will learn about short selling, the value of investors, and why the market operates based on sound principl…
 
The train has arrived, ladies and gentlemen. Today is the beginning of the Senate Confirmation hearing of the Biden-Harris administration nominee, Miguel Cardona, for Secretary of Education. Expert Laura Meckler joins us from the Washington Post to discuss the historical appointment of Miguel Cardona. With the incoming administration already making…
 
From crowdsourcing personal finance feedback on social media, to the talking heads on TV giving out "hot stock tips", Ryan and Jimmy caution you to not fall into thinking strangers advice is good advice. There is a reason we keep adding disclaimers to our show: personal finance is personal. Make sure that when you listen to advice online you keep t…
 
President Biden extended the student loan interest and payment freeze for federal student loans on the first day of his presidency. Find out what the freeze means and how you may be affected by it. I’ll also talk about the long- and short-term implications of refinancing your student loans in this environment and if you should take advantage of the…
 
Laws passed in 2020 are beginning to take effect. Some of these laws will affect your wallet. Namely, alterations to 401k, social security and laws governing subscription services. On this episode Jake and Kirk go through the ones that are most likely going to affect you and discuss how to navigate them. *“Tax preparation, planning, IRS representat…
 
Have you heard the news on what’s happening with GameStop, AMC, and Tesla? Tune in to hear all about how Ryan might have lost $30K on the craziness going on RIGHT NOW! Jimmy and Ryan tear into all the latest details on how the hedge funds might have really messed up this time. Fight physician burnout while learning how to build a non-clinical incom…
 
In today's episode Daphné and Shamil respond to a listener's question asking if they should go to graduate school to defer paying back their student loans. They discuss what to consider when making this type of decision and walk you through the decision making process of the value of your graduate degree. They also take a dive into other options to…
 
When it comes to retirement, we all have a tendency to focus on the accumulation of wealth, not on how to make it last. Ryan and Jimmy explore ways to save for retirement AND maintain your standard of living. Finding your safe withdrawal rate can help you save and adjust for a more cushy nest-egg. If you need a smarter and more effective way to mon…
 
After navigating the system and successfully applying for financial aid, New York Times columnist, personal finance expert and author, Ron Lieber made it his life’s mission to demystify the complexity and help students and their families discover smart ways that they can “beat the system” to get the best value at a reasonable cost. We also discuss …
 
Jake and Kirk discuss the ever prevalent issue of inflation. This time with an eye toward how 2021 will likely see a large jump in inflation. Inflation can seem like a simple idea but it can get quite confusing. Jake explains the mindset you need to have when thinking about inflation in 2021 and beyond. *“Tax preparation, planning, IRS representati…
 
Happy Inauguration Day to everyone in the United States! New administration, new student loan agenda. With every Presidential Administration, new policies, efforts, and strategies are implemented across a number of different categories. The student loan crisis is no different. At a time when over 44 million Americans hold over $1.7 trillion dollars…
 
People love talking about the "home runs" they make with their investments. Jimmy and Ryan are here to pull back the curtains on these risky, speculative investments! Instead, you should be focusing on the less "sexy" but safer bets to grow your wealth steadily. Do you want to fully understand your worth and maximize your full potential with your e…
 
It’s no secret that student loan debt affects people’s lives — and not in a good way. The ever-increasing student loan debt is a major cause of frustration and stress for many college graduates in America. Why is that? Who benefits from student loan complexity? Join me as I discuss why you need to know the complexity behind student loans and who ar…
 
President Biden now has a Democrat controlled House and Senate. Does this mean he can rule with dictatorial power? Absolutely not. In this episode we discuss the main barriers to Biden’s agenda and what he will be able to do during his term. We also talk about an important avenue the democratic party will likely take, something called “Budget Recon…
 
Daphné Vanessa and Shamil Rodriguez discuss how to achieve your New Year's Resolution of paying off your student loan debt. They've gathered ideas and share strategies that you can implement in your own plan to pay off your student loan debt. Some of the lessons you'll learn from this episode include ways to committing to the challenge of paying of…
 
Do you dread the idea of being a landlord but still want to get into real estate investing? Then this show is for you! Ryan and Jimmy go into how you can have the best of both worlds with passive real estate investing in the second of this 2 part series on how to create your real estate empire. Before we go, just a reminder to reach out to John McC…
 
2020 was a strange and unprecedented year for the entire world. But especially for the United States, it seemed like everything that could go wrong went wrong in 2020. And though we have been thoroughly tested, we remain hopeful for a better future. So how can we invest wisely and create wealth despite the commotion in the world around us? In today…
 
Interested in learning more about real estate investing and how you could use it to achieve financial independence? Jimmy and Ryan tackle how to start building your real estate empire both actively and passively in this 2 part series. Learn about diversifying your clinical income, tax benefits and more! Looking for a financial advisor that will hel…
 
Daphné Vanessa Shares How She Was Able to Get Her Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees for Free! Daphné Vanessa is not just a boss at StartNoo (pun intended), she is a boss at following the flow of money, understanding the university endowment system and has first-hand experience with building out a multinational network of nonprofits and volunteers.…
 
More than half of college attendees in the US take out student loans. Imagine saving your kids from the financial burden of student loans without being super-rich. It’s possible with a 529 plan. In this episode, I talk about 529 plans, how they work and why they’re a smart way to save for you kids’ college education. In today’s episode, you'll find…
 
We would all like to think that 2021 will be all sunshine and roses. While Jake and Kirk are mostly optimistic about the future (especially in comparison to 2020!) there are some important financial challenges to prepare for in 2021. On this episode, Jake will break down some important technical jargon regarding central banking policy, and how a ch…
 
Ryan and Jimmy grinch out a little on financial resolutions, but hey if it gets you motivated, they are here to give you a few ideas for financial resolutions to springboard you into a financially savvy new year! Principal Financial is getting rid of their unisex discount at the end of 2020, so women physicians are looking at an increase in their r…
 
Daphné Vanessa and Shamil Rodriguez, The Student Loan Podcast co-hosts and co-founders of StartNoo.com provide a 2020 end of year recap and look forward to possible changes to student loans, tuition and everything in between in 2021. This episode is fun twist from the traditional interview format as Daphné and Shamil share their thoughts on some of…
 
We’ve created over 5,000 custom student loan repayment strategies for clients. In this episode, I’m sharing the best repayment tips by occupation. Find out what most borrowers in your profession do with their student loans and how best to pay them off. In today’s episode, you'll find out: The one repayment strategy people don’t talk about The best …
 
Jake and Kirk discuss a WSJ article written by a city planner who proposes some interesting new ways that big cities like London, NYC and San Francisco might develop in a post covid world. They also discuss some of the ways rural and urban areas might change, with big companies helping to build out “zoom towns” from existing places like Jackson, Wy…
 
Ladies and gentlemen, be prepared to leave your excuses at the front door. Jorge Alguera joins the show to share his personal journey of obtaining a higher education while being an undocumented immigrant. This episodes discusses how Jorge went from paying $15K for an associates degree to having to pay only $1,500 while completing his first semester…
 
One of the most critical decisions you have to make as a student loan borrower is where to live and work. Join me as I talk about how the location you choose greatly influences your income, your costs and the opportunities available to you for paying back your student loans. The key is to optimize your loan plan for what you want and design your st…
 
For those who have made plans based on past projections of the future, you may be in for a shock. On this episode, Certified Financial Planner Jake Rivas discusses some of the mistakes people are making when planning for their future. Jake and Kirk also discuss the larger economic and political meaning of our current situation, and what it could me…
 
Are you ready to get that backdoor Roth contribution in before the end of the year? Starting high level with what is a backdoor Roth all the way to the nitty gritty, Ryan and I are going to go through what the whole process is all about! Principal Financial is getting rid of their unisex discount at the end of 2020, so women physicians are looking …
 
Leslie Awasom joins us from Xsite Capital and the Exciting World of Multifamily Investing to share his journey conquering mindset, becoming financially independent, and shifting the paradigm on student loans. Leslie is a successful investor, healthcare professional, family man, and so much more. During this episode, prepare to be enlightened and br…
 
It doesn't matter how good you are with the sword if you are up against an artillery of guns and other munitions. In the same way, you cannot approach your student loan debt the same way your 60-year-old uncle or your parents approached it. Here’s how to take advantage of the new weapons in the war on student loan debt. In today’s episode, you'll f…
 
After High School Kirk worked for an MLM (Multi-level-marketing) company called “Vector Marketing.” Often, legitimate MLMs like Vector (they sold Cutco Knives) and Mary Kay are presumed to be pyramid schemes. In this episode Jake and Kirk discuss how to tell these different “money making” methods, and how to know if someone is asking you to do some…
 
We all make mistakes at some point or another, it’s a part of life. However, there are ways to prevent financial mistakes from happening by knowing what to watch out for! In today’s episode we are going to cover the biggest mistakes people make financially and how to correct them. Be confident that you have the right policy at the best price possib…
 
Are we seeing double? Yes, today's episode with with Dr. Adam Rothman, M.D., a hero in his own right. Dr. Rothman is saving lives during COVID-19, and has graciously offered his time to share his student loan journey with us! This episode has exciting tips and tricks for navigating six figure student loan debt and all of the unique solutions availa…
 
Lots of topics to cover in this episode - I answer reader questions about student loan repayment and the best strategies for dental specialists. We also dive into what I think about the chance of Biden forgiving student loan debt and what that could mean for your taxes, and we have an interview with Justin Sloan, CFA, CFP, about asset allocation an…
 
During the Holiday season there are always a spike in scamming. The most common scams are sometimes hard to spot, and we sometimes let them happen to ourselves. Often, it is our good natures which is our biggest foil. Check out these common scams and how to avoid them. This is a particularly good episode to share with our parents, as retirees are t…
 
We are in the middle of a pandemic and with many doctors working on the front-lines, it brings up the really important question... Do you have your financial house in order? We are going to cover why you need an estate plan (and no its not just for the wealthy) to help you be prepared for whatever may come your way. Be confident that you have the r…
 
Your student loan balance at the end of your program can balloon more than you thought you’d end up with. Find out how that happens, why I think America’s first $700,000 dental degree is worth it and why your student loan debt doesn’t matter as much as you think. In today’s episode, you'll find out: The hidden cost of higher education How tuition i…
 
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