Category Archives: DRB Financial Series

New dentists should start saving now for these 5 things

Editor’s note: This is the eighth article in a fall financial series of New Dentist Now blog posts from Darien Rowayton Bank, which provides student loan refinancing and is endorsed by the American Dental Association. Qualifying ADA members receive a 0.25 percent rate reduction to DRB’s already low rates for the life of the loan as long as… Read More »

To parent dentists with parent PLUS Student Loans: Should you transfer student loan debt to your child?

Editor’s note: This is the seventh article in a fall financial series of New Dentist Now blog posts from Darien Rowayton Bank, which provides student loan refinancing and is endorsed by the American Dental Association. Qualifying ADA members receive a 0.25 percent rate reduction to DRB’s already low rates for the life of the loan as long as… Read More »

Parents: Ask these questions before co-signing a student loan

Editor’s note: This is the sixth article in a fall financial series of New Dentist Now blog posts from Darien Rowayton Bank, which provides student loan refinancing and is endorsed by the American Dental Association. Qualifying ADA members receive a 0.25 percent rate reduction to DRB’s already low rates for the life of the loan as long as… Read More »

What new dentists need to know about mortgages

Editor’s note: This is the fifth article in a fall financial series of New Dentist Now blog posts from Darien Rowayton Bank, which provides student loan refinancing and is endorsed by the American Dental Association. Qualifying ADA members receive a 0.25 percent rate reduction to DRB’s already low rates for the life of the loan as long as… Read More »

How to avoid financial stress for dentists

Editor’s note: This is the fourth article in a fall financial series of New Dentist Now blog posts from Darien Rowayton Bank, which provides student loan refinancing and is endorsed by the American Dental Association. Qualifying ADA members receive a 0.25 percent rate reduction to DRB’s already low rates for the life of the loan as long as… Read More »

What Is the difference between a fixed vs. variable interest rate when I refinance my dental student loan?

Editor’s note: This is the third article in a fall financial series of New Dentist Now blog posts from Darien Rowayton Bank, which provides student loan refinancing and is endorsed by the American Dental Association. Qualifying ADA members receive a 0.25% rate reduction to DRB’s already low rates for the life of the loan as long as they… Read More »