• Blog,  Student Debt

    Expecting Public Service Loan Forgiveness?

    The wheels of progress move slowly in Washington. Nowhere does this seem more true than when it comes to reform of student loan programs. There were campaign promises of $10,000 credits for all borrowers. There were campaign promises of wiping…

  • Veterinary student loans
    Blog,  Student Debt

    What Happened to Student Loan Forgiveness

    At the start of all new administrations, Americans have high hopes and dreams. For newly minted veterinarians, perhaps the biggest hope was Biden would cancel out their student loans. Not surprising considering that the average veterinarian is graduating with over…

  • 2021 Financial Check-Up
    Blog,  Finance Basics,  Other Important Stuff

    2021 Financial Check-Up

    2020 is finally over – good riddance! Although most of us stayed incredibly busy at work, it was an incredibly stressful year. Plans were upended, travel came to a stop, visiting friends and family became verboten. Not to mention the millions…

  • Student-debt & the Biden presidency
    Blog,  Student Debt

    Student debt & the Biden presidency

    Now that it’s clear that Joe Biden will be our next president, the question that many are asking is: what does this mean for student debt. The short answer is – it’s complicated. What a Biden victory doesn’t mean: First,…

  • The PocketDVM is back!

    The PocketDVM is back!

    Where have we been? 2020 started like any other year. I continued in my dream job working with the best and brightest students at the most amazing school of veterinary medicine. My team started work on several exciting new research…

  • Mortgage refinance article
    Blog,  Home Purchase

    Is It Time to Refinance My Mortgage?

    On May 15th mortgage interest rates hit their lowest level in modern history. With interest rates plummeting, many folks are asking themselves, “Is It Time to Refinance My Mortgage?” Since rates are unlikely to go much lower, if you were considering…

  • Blog

    Understanding Your Finances

    Expense Monitoring Is The 1st Step There’s no way around it – how much money we can spend and save each month is a simple function of our income and expenses. Unless you plan on moonlighting at an emergency clinic…