August 19, 2022


Its all about the school

Declining Reimbursement Rates, plus What Trump’s Finances Show About Student Loans

12 min read

If you’re facing a potential salary decrease due to decreasing insurance reimbursement rates, you can start to worry about paying your student loans. In this episode, I talk about steps to take to mitigate the impact and what you can do if you’re in this situation. I also cover lessons you can learn about managing your student loans from Trump’s finances.

Find out how to lower your tax liability and save money on your student loans using lessons from Trump’s tax records.

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

How Medicare reimbursement decreases can impact salaries in healthcare The ripple effect of reimbursement cuts on student loan payments How to deal with salary cuts when you have student loan debt Why I think the tax bomb won’t be a problem because it won’t be collectible How healthcare business owners might be impacted by reimbursement decreases Lessons from Trump’s finances as reported by the New York Times How to reduce your tax liability when the tax bomb comes due Why real estate is a great strategy to lower your tax liability How to get out of paying taxes on the forgiven balance of your student loans The benefits of tax-loss harvesting How to use retirement contributions to lower your tax bill Strategies business-owners can use to decrease their tax liability

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