Category Archives: Pharmacist

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The Two Best Strategies to Pay Back Pharmacy School Loans

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pay back pharmacy school loans

There are two main strategies to pay back pharmacy school loans. The one you use depends entirely on where you work. The first strategy is using the the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program (PSLF) with Pay As You Earn (PAYE) or Revised Pay As You Earn (REPAYE) at a not for profit hospital or community health center. The second strategy is refinancing your loans with private lender if you work at a private sector employer such as CVS or Walgreens. If you’re not using one of these two strategies to pay back pharmacy school loans, you’re probably paying too much. If you’d like to learn more about how I save pharmacists money through my flat fee pharmacy student loan consulting service, email me at

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A Prescription to Cure Pharmacy School Debt

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Pharmacy school debt

Growth in pharmacy school debt has accelerated greatly in recent years. Now, you’re unusual if you graduate WITHOUT taking on six figures of pharmacy school debt to finance your education. Based on the most recent national survey from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, almost 87% of graduating students borrowed to pay for their Pharm.D. Luckily, pharmacists also have some of the best tools at their disposal of any profession to pay back their student loans. I know because I’ve saved my average pharmacist client $73,805 on their average pharmacy school debt balance of $173,500 through flat fee student loan consulting. If you’d like to learn more about this service, contact me at Here is my prescription to cure pharmacy school debt. 

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