Many physicians and dentists come from around the globe to study in the U.S. thanks to its prestigious educational institutions. While some go back to their country of origin after their education, or somewhere else altogether, many seek to stay in the U.S. long term and establish their career. Additionally, [...]
Match Day is an exciting yet stressful time for new physicians. On March 18, tens of thousands of med students will get their results for residencies and fellowships. After the 2021 Match became the largest in history with 38,106 total positions offered, according to the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP), [...]
Trying to match into residency or fellowship can be stressful. I went through the Match once for residency, and I’m currently going through it a second time for fellowship, so if you are going through it too, I understand your plight. There are many variables that are out of our [...]
If you’re like most people, you experience at least some level of anxiety about your financial situation. We don’t have to tell you how impactful that anxiety can be to your sleep, energy levels, ability to focus and be productive at work, and overall fulfillment. Perhaps that’s why so many [...]
Financial health is just as important as physical health, yet many doctors ignore it. Explore 4 paths to better financial health.
Doctor taxes are complicated by factors such as practice structure and employment status. One option to pay is via a physician personal loan.
As a doctor, you’ve been required to learn endless amounts of information, procedures, and techniques throughout your education and training. But did your medical school, dental school, or residency ever teach you about personal finance? Luckily, our team of doctors at DOC2DOC is here to answer some of your biggest [...]
It's pretty easy for new medical residents to spend their limited money on things they don't really need. And, while every resident should have a plan for managing their money, there are certain items that should ultimately make your life easier! We did the research and talked to our resident [...]
The transition into a medical resident can be a daunting one. It’s hard to know what to expect unless you do your research before. Your next four years will be full of failing, learning, and growing, but why not learn some extra tips beforehand to set yourself up as best [...]