We recently wrote an article for Physician’s Money Digest about the four presidential candidates and their views on student loan debt and student loan forgiveness in the United States. Regardless of your political views, it’s a great source to help learn about their positions. Here’s a quick excerpt:

$1.2 trillion – that’s the current running total for student loan debt in the United States. Recent figures show that $3,000 in student loan debt is accrued every second, and the average student loan debt figure for graduating students is around $33,000. And according to the Association of American Medical College, medical school graduates are accruing around $183,000 in debt, on average.With the amount of the country’s student loan debt continuing to grow and the presidential elections just around the corner, it’s important to hear what each of the 2016 presidential candidates have to say about student loans, and what they’re going to do about college tuition and student loan debt, especially for physicians, dentists, and other medical professionals.

To read the complete article, please visit Physician’s Money Digest.

Colin Nabity - CEO & Co-founder

Colin is the CEO & Co-founder of LeverageRx, a personal finance company exclusively for healthcare professionals. A former investment banker turned entrepreneur, Colin has well over a decade of experience in the financial services industry and is also a licensed life and health insurance agent. He was named Midlands Business Journal’s 2019 Entrepreneur of the Year and his work has been featured in Forbes, Council for Disability Awareness, Medical Economics, Dental Products Report, HCP Live, and more.

Student LoansPublished October 11, 2016