Atlas Capital announced a strategic investment in OASIS

DUBAI, UAE, July 12, 2020 / — According to official sources, Dubai Atlas Capital( announced a strategic investment in OASIS. The two parties will deepen cooperation in the blockchain and truly leverage the financial value of equity token.

OASIS is known as a tokenized equity asset based on the real blockchain. And Oasis business ecology is endorsed by leading agricultural enterprises. The innovative business value added by Oasis Farm, Oasis Weibang and Oasis Mall, will exemplify the financial value of equity token.

Atlas Capital was founded since 2016 and it is committed to global strategic consulting and investment in financial technology and blockchain. It has operation teams in Dubai, Hong Kong and Shanghai. It is also a partner of Dubai’s Innovation District. Blockchain Campus is the largest blockchain platform in the Middle East co-founded by Atlas Capital and Expo 2020 Dubai’s Innovation District.

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The Self-Made Entrepreneur Who’s Helping People Through location free consultant Program: Meet Aashish Maru

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Aashish Maru

Although there is a surge of many business coaches all around us, still it is quite challenging to find the best in the business.

MUMBAI, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, July 11, 2020 / — Maru's life story is an inspiring one:

Born and brought in Mumbai on 28 January 1996, Aashish has lived quite an interesting life filled with many ups and downs. After his father's business going bankrupt in 2012, they had to forcefully move from the city to the slums selling all their property to the banks; this came as a horrifying rough patch in his life. He felt his dreams were shattered and would not be able to fight any more against all the hurdles. However, it is through these struggles that he reached on the highest peaks of his business.

Like any other kid, Aashish had many aspirations in life to fulfill. However, his childhood went by living in the small lanes of the city, which were by the riverside and heavy rains would flood the entire area every year, ruining all his favorite electronics including his computer.

These trying times made Aashish stronger than ever as he never gave up his studies and never lost hope. For completing his education, he even walked 20 km daily to attend colleges and coaching. Not just that getting basic drinking water facilities was also a challenging task, where Aashish had to walk 1 km every day to fetch water for his family.

All these struggles in life taught him a new lesson at every instance and somehow made him stronger as an individual who dared to dream big and make efforts to do something different in life.

How Did He Learn His High-Income Skills?

It was in 2017; he started his website development agency by watching YouTube videos and exploring many other things on the online platform. There was so much fire in his dreams and the thirst to become successful that he started his journey becoming a solopreneur, which made him go door-to-door for websites projects. This young lad did not even own a smartphone then and had to purchase a $20 phone to make sales calls to people. Keeping aside his embarrassments for the same, he still did not give up and kept moving ahead.

The beginning of his coaching company and Marketing agency:

He started building websites at only $2. With that, he built and created around 300 websites at $2-$5 for each client. He accumulated all the work through Facebook groups. In 2018, putting in all his hard work, he decided to start his coaching company and Marketing agency.

Choosing business over studies:

Maru studied Computer Science but unfortunately had to drop out in the final year to make money with his coaching & digital marketing agency. Although he did not attain success overnight but was quite contemporary and unconventional with his ideas and strategies that helped him carve his business as a successful venture, gradually.

Helping Clients earn a six-figure income:

Aashish's business turned out to be highly lucrative for him and his clients, and within a year, he grew his business to greater heights in the industry. He has become successful in earning a 4 figure income weekly through his coaching & consulting business and at the same time, helping other coaches, consultants and mentors turn their businesses profitable. His clients are making multiple figures online, where he has helped them to earn a six-figure income.

Transforming life from slums to luxuries:

Aashish always dreamt of owning a luxury house, this dream of his has already become a reality today through his persistence and dedication towards his work. With this, he grew much more as a solopreneur where he started helping coaches to scale their businesses, making them earn multiple figures income online through his organic marketing, advertisement and personal branding, so much so that today, this young man is known as the king of organic marketing.

Started a lucrative and effective Program:

Amplify Roadmap is a program in which Aashish began to help coaches build a million-dollar coaching business in a short span of time. There is no game or gimmick involved in this strategy. He helps new students or those with existing companies and transforms their businesses entirely with the use of his unique Amplify Roadmap Method. This has made the job easier for many students.

Coaching the top Coaches:

Hundreds of coaches regularly take his advice on marketing, sales, and many other aspects of the business. Amplify Roadmap is built on strong pillars of Framework, Targeting, Positioning, Messaging, Building, Crafting, Authority, Omnipresence, Relevancy, Intimacy, Present, Convert, Deliver, Sales Methodology, Signature System, and Closing System.

Mastering these strong pillars of the framework, knowing how to target and to position oneself in front of the target audience & clarifying the message, offering crafting, building authority, omnipresence, being relevant, all these are essential in scaling a business successfully. Also, Intimacy is the key to lead generation and closing system by transforming prospects into happy clients by delivering the programs optimally is also vital.

Maru helps in getting organic leads for growing the reputation and business:

He suggests people to make sure that they have an attractive offer in place which promises to solve the issues of the target audience and compels clients to believe and trust them with the offer. He says that people must focus on organic lead generation. And if they are already struggling, they must not go for paid advertisements. Win leads organically and naturally and then start with paid traffic.

Lastly, he recommends people to close higher-paying clients and to make sure that they have an airtight-qualifying process in place and a robust framework to use on their sales appointments to guide them to the close.

Than Now he is also coaching people also to become a location free consultant by teaching them high-income skills.

Follow this intelligent mind and powerhouse of talent on Instagram: @theaashishmaru

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Hospice Care is Changing Amidst the Pandemic According to Kenneth Haglind

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Kenneth Haglind Discusses How Hospice Care is Evolving with COVID-19 Cases

LAKEVILLE, MINNESOTA, UNITED STATES, July 10, 2020 / — The COVID-19 pandemic has led to tens of thousands of people being infected around the country. The senior communities are being greatly impacted by the pandemic particularly, leading to hospice care experiencing more pressure than ever before. Ken Haglind, the president of Minnesota Hospice in Lakeville, Minnesota has identified what some of the new changes are.

Kenneth Haglind recommends identifying the resources available to care for someone who has been diagnosed with the coronavirus, particularly if they are a senior citizen. When there are added health concerns with a patient, the disease can be deadly. As such, a higher level of support is needed.

Further, Ken Haglind suggests that the caregivers be careful about their interactions with a patient. When a caregiver is responsible for multiple patients in hospice care, it can lead to accidental exposure of other patients. All it takes is for one patient to have COVID-19 for all of the other patients under the care of the caregiver to be at a higher risk.

Ken Haglind identifies that there are hospice care teams that are exploring symptom management and communicating as new protocols are released from the CDC. Families are also told to be on the lookout for specific symptoms, including fevers, shortness of breath, and a dry cough.

In some instances, elderly individuals who are suspected of having COVID-19 are being refused by hospitals due to insufficient support. Hospice facilities, however, are working to provide comfort packs so that families can care for the sick without risking added exposure being admitted into a hospital.

Kenneth Haglind has modeled Minnesota Hospice under the vision of creating a gold standard for end-of-life care. Additionally, he works to create an environment where caregivers get the support and resources that they need.

With COVID-19, many details are evolving quickly. Kenneth Haglind’s goal is to provide correct information to caregivers and hospice care workers as it is released so that everyone is working together. This includes identifying new symptoms as the virus mutates as well as identifying levels of care. When it looks as though a patient will not recover, it becomes all about providing the most comfortable atmosphere possible. The mission of hospice that never changes is to make sure that the quality of life at the end of one’s life is the primary goal. Comfort, dignity, and choice are afforded to those who are served by hospice.

Anyone who has a loved one who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 or is suspected of having the virus should contact a local hospice to find out what support is being offered in their community, recommends Ken Haglind.

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Selling Your House During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Gainesville, FL

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When we buy houses Gainesville FL homeowners have a lot less to worry about.

At Sell My House FL, our goal is to be completely honest, treat our sellers with respect, and do everything we can to provide a solution regardless of the seller's situation.”

— Jarred Mussen

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, July 10, 2020 / — According to recent statistics, Florida has recently had a spike in COVID cases and has become the new epicenter of coronavirus. As of July 2nd, a total of 1,423 people in Alachua County have tested positive for the virus. This is a major concern for many homeowners if they have the personal goal to sell my house fast Gainesville FL.

Selling a home can be a headache without the concerns of a pandemic. It often takes much longer and costs more than most people think, and it can be an emotional drain to go through that process. Going through the process of selling a house during this crisis adds several new safety concerns to worry about. One of the main new stressors is the risk of the virus coming into the home due to having lots of people enter the house during the house selling process.

The founder of Sell My House FL, Jarred Mussen, has made it a priority to help Gainesville homeowners make the process of selling a house during these stressful times as simple and painless as possible. Jarred is a licensed real estate agent and represents a reputable group of real estate investors who have cash ready and available to purchase properties. They stand behind the slogan “We buy houses” thankful to the combined experience and buying power of the team of investors. This alternative of selling directly to house buyers via a reputable company is the alternative that many sellers have been looking for.

The benefits of working with Sell My House FL is that there is no stress of having to make any repairs to the house that the seller is wanting to sell, nor does the seller have to pay any closing costs or real estate commissions for a realtor. When we buy houses Gainesville, it removes the stress within the house selling process and reduces the risk of the spread of COVID-19. Working directly with this company, removes the need to have a bunch of contractors, real estate professionals, and/or potential buyers having to enter the house. In fact, the company will even buy houses without having to enter the property at all by seeing the property virtually via a Zoom meeting. The Florida Department of Health and Center for Disease Control and Prevention has many guidelines for preventing further risk of spread of the virus to others.

When homeowners are wanting to sell their house and are unsure about which method is best for their situation, it’s recommended that they speak to a real estate professional to help get clarity on the options that they have. While working directly with a company based of a team of house buyers who buy houses for cash can be a great fit for many people who have the desire to “sell my house fast”, it’s not the best fit for everyone. Having a discussion with a trust-worthy company that will take the time to understand the seller’s needs and goals with selling their property is a valuable step to take when trying to decide which option is the best fit for the seller’s unique situation.

For further information about Sell My House FL and to discuss various options a homeowner can take with selling their house, contact Jarred Mussen at or check out the company website at Alternatively, Sell My House FL can be contacted directly at 352-499-1498. Sell My House FL offers free consultations so that homeowners who are wanting to sell their house can take the time to consider which option is the best fit for their house selling needs.

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A Brief History of Building Codes Brought to You by Sean Downes

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Sean Downes Universal

DELRAY BEACH, FL, USA, July 10, 2020 / — Have you ever heard of the Code of Hammurabi? Literally written in stone in 2000 B.C. Babylon, it is considered the first-known building code. Although the Code of Hammurabi did not provide specifications or guidance on how to build a structure, it did include a pretty strict penalty for poor workmanship: “If a builder has built a house for a man and his work is not strong, and if the house he has built falls in and kills the householder, that builder shall be slain.”
Today’s home builders do not have to worry about being killed if their work isn’t up to par, thank goodness. They do still have to care about compliance with building codes, however! Keep reading to learn a little bit about the history of building codes, thanks to the expertise of building official and plans examiner Sean Downes.

Fast forward from ancient Babylon to the 17th century, when codes began to focus on fire safety, spurred by devastating blazes such as the great fires in London (1666) and Boston (1631). These codes outlawed the use of flammable materials, namely thatch and wood, in the construction of chimneys and roofs. A century later, George Washington drew up plans for the District of Columbia, in which he advised that wood-frame buildings be constructed according to certain height and area guidelines.

Over the next several centuries, municipalities in the U.S. issued codes to address fire escapes, light, ventilation, stairs, railings, water supply, toilets, and sanitary drains. All, explains Sean Downes, were written in the spirit of protecting the public as cities began to experience tremendous growth and development.

In 1905, the National Board of Fire Underwriters published the Recommended National Building Code; this, in turn, gave rise to organizations of building officials whose job it was to enforce compliance with codes. Throughout the 20th century, several regional code organizations competed with local, proprietary code associations. It was not easy for building officials, architects, builders, and inspectors to keep track of what codes to follow where let alone changes to those codes that were published piecemeal.

In fact, Sean Downes Wife explains, it was not until 1972 that the Council of American Building Officials convened to develop a single national model for building codes. In doing so, it aggregated the various groups and their differing recommendations under one organization, to better serve the public.
Nevertheless, the United States does not use one unified national code. Instead, according to Sean Downes Universal, codes are developed and published by states and other local jurisdictions. That is just one of the many reasons that plan inspectors, building officials, and similar professionals play such important roles in the construction of homes, commercial buildings, and other structures.

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WCG to Host July 16 Blood Drive in Colorado Springs

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July 16 Blood Drive

WCG, a tax and accounting firm in Colorado Springs, is hosting a mobile blood drive on July 16, in partnership with Vitalant.

The country needs blood now more than ever.”

— Tina Watson

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, July 10, 2020 / — WCG Inc., located in Colorado Springs’ Flying Horse neighborhood, is hosting a community blood drive on Thursday, July 16, 2020. The group of tax consultants is partnering with First National Bank of Monument, The Club at Flying Horse and Vitalant to provide a safe and convenient way to donate blood. According to Vitalant, “Hundreds of blood drives have been canceled across the country resulting in a loss of more than 130,000 units of blood.”

Tina Watson, CPA, founding Partner of WCG, “The country needs blood now more than ever. More people are in the hospital and fewer people are donating blood.”

Per Vitalant’s questions and answers, “blood donation does not impact or weaken a donor’s immune system.” They continue in response to safety, “our staff follow rigorous safety and disinfection protocols at all blood drives and donation centers. These include wearing gloves and personal protective gear, wiping down donor-touched areas after every collection, using sterile single-use collection sets for every donation/collection, and arm scrubbing for 30 seconds.” They are also requiring all donors to wear a mask during collection.

Vitalant will also be testing for COVID-19 antibodies and will alert donors with the results through their donor portal. Eligible blood donors are encouraged to read safety information provided by WCG and Vitalant, and also schedule a donor time on Thursday, July 16. Both are available on WCG’s website at Should scheduling difficulties arise, please contact WCG directly for assistance.

WCG is also an official Care and Share drop-off location. Donors are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items as part of their blood donation.

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Latest infrastructure developments in the Benelux region

SMi reports: The latest Benelux infrastructure developments with be discussed at the Benelux Infrastructure Forum on the 18th and 19th November 2020.

AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS , July 10, 2020 / — This year's forum will bring together key professionals in the PPP, project financing and infrastructure sectors to discuss the latest issues and trends within the Benelux infrastructure market including, infrastructure project risk management and mitigation, potential solutions to help ensure successful offshore wind projects, new developments in digital infrastructure, emerging technologies and markets such as green hydrogen and geothermal, developments and investment opportunities in port infrastructure, infrastructure financing methods, and much more.

Interested parties can register and save £100 using the early bird discount, expires in September 2020, visit

Furthermore, SMi Group highlight four key reasons to why delegates should join the conference in-person or virtually.

Delegates will be able to gain valuable insights from an expert speaker line-up that includes: Green Giraffe, SMBC, Aqualis Braemer, PMV, ABN AMRO Bank N.V, Allianz Global Investors, TINC Development Partners, AG Insurance, NNIP, DNV GL – Energy, Port of Rotterdam N.V, DEKABANK, Simmons & Simmons, European Commission, Otary and many others.

Join the interactive panel discussion on day one of the conference followed by a Q&A session. The debate will be on ‘Which actions can help mitigate risks to infrastructure projects caused by climate change and pandemics’ and will include:
• Will project companies suffer deductions for service performance failures or unavailability?
• Isn’t this all just covered by force majeure?
• Could this be an emergency under the project agreement?
• Is there any possibility of relief under the project agreement?
• What impact will this have on financing arrangements?
• Impact on supply chains
• Will insurance cover the losses?
• Next steps?

Toon van Ingelghem, Senior Investment Manager at PMV, will be presenting on Geothermal Energy in Belgium and the Netherlands, where attendees can benefit from exploring the recent developments and future roles of geothermal energy.

For further information and to view the two-day agenda, visit

For sponsorship and group delegate enquiries, please contact Andrew Gibbons on +44 (0) 207 827 6156 or email
SMi Group are also offering group discounted bookings and the option to attend virtually to find out more please contact Andrew Gibbons.

For media enquiries or pass please contact Simi Sapal, Marketing, on +44(0) 207 827 6162 or email

SMi’s 19th Annual Benelux Infrastructure Forum
18-19 November 2020
Park Centraal, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

About SMi Group:
Established since 1993, the SMi Group is a global event-production company that specializes in Business-to-Business Conferences, Workshops, Masterclasses, and online Communities. We create and deliver events in the Defence, Security, Energy, Utilities, Finance and Pharmaceutical industries. We pride ourselves on having access to the world's most forward-thinking opinion leaders and visionaries, allowing us to bring our communities together to Learn, Engage, Share and Network. More information can be found at

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Atlanta Health Clinic Awarded Best of the ESWT Industry

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Atlanta Health Clinic

This award honors outstanding extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT) providers in specialty health industries.

Their dedication to providing these innovative advancements in ED care reflect the vision of renewed health across America.”

— Ryan Hansmeyer, President- SWSNA

ATLANTA, GA, USA, July 10, 2020 / — The Shock Wave Society of North America announced today the recognition of 2020 award recipient Atlanta Health Clinic who will be honored by the SWSNA Industry Best Awards.  The medical staff, with over 20 years experience in men’s sexual health, are the first in Georgia to be honored for their excellence and elite success providing shockwave therapy and treating Erectile Dysfunction (ED) and Peyronie’s disease (PD). 

The Atlanta Health Clinic will be honored with this year's Shock Wave Society award for offering exceptional service in the realm of Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy -abv. ESWT- industry. Atlanta Health Clinic provides services to men suffering from erectile dysfunction and Peyronie’s disease. The disease is quite complex, with more than 40% individual experiencing multi-system health issues above age of 40. Common physical causes of ED include:

Heart disease
Clogged blood vessels (atherosclerosis)
High cholesterol
High blood pressure
Metabolic syndrome 
Parkinson's disease

Until recently, the only alternatives approaches available for men with ED or PD were shots and surgery.  Thankfully, this revolutionary new therapy provides a high success rate without any needles, drugs, or surgery.  This method has been clinically proven to improve vascular blood flow, indicating the physiological effects on the cavernous hemodynamics involved in possibly reversing the underlying causes of ED. 

"Atlanta Health is an exemplary member of the Shock Wave Society, "said Ryan Hansmeyer, President, SWSNA. "Their dedication to providing these innovative advancements in ED care reflect the vision of renewed health across America."

This annual award is presented to American healthcare providers for their outstanding work in the field of Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy. The acknowledgement also is realized for enhancing the treatment and quality of life in their communities. Extracorporeal shockwave therapy —also known as acoustic wave therapy—has rapidly become the gold-standard for the treatment of chronic health conditions that are not otherwise managed by conventional care methods. Awardees are distinguished by their specialty and location. Requirements for this professional accolade:

A minimum of 2 year experience providing Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy
Maintain a professional membership with the Shock Wave Society of North America
Demonstrate ESWT proficiency in their medical specialty with over 90% Google approval ratings.

About Atlanta Health Clinic:
Atlanta Health Clinic uses a patented program that includes many different types of high quality li-extracorporeal shockwave devices from around the world in their office located at 2480 WINDY HILL RD SE STE 404 Marietta, GA 30067.

Shockwave therapy sessions are quick and painless, and can even enhance a man's sex life while treating Erectile Dysfunction symptoms at any age.

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Paya Is First to Receive Integrated Payments Certification for Acumatica’s Newest ERP Version

Paya’s end-to-end integrated payments and commerce services platform recognized as “Acumatica-Certified Application” expanding support for full ERP Suite.

We are excited to see Paya reach the 2020 R1 milestone as an Acumatica-Certified Application provider. Their continued innovation on the Acumatica platform positions our customers well for success.”

— Christian Lindberg, VP Partner Solutions, Acumatica

ATLANTA, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, July 10, 2020 / — Paya, a leading integrated payments and commerce solution provider, announced today that it has completed certification for Acumatica’s 2020 R1 release, further extending Acumatica’s platform with rich omni-payment capabilities across all ERP editions. Paya’s solution, enabled in both Acumatica’s ERP and Customer Portal, delivers friction-free integrated payment functionality directly into management workflows. The fully integrated payment solution fosters back-office efficiency, improves data integrity and manageability, and drives revenue assurance through such features as e-invoicing, automated account updates, and recurring billing.

“Paya’s integrated solutions streamline back office processes and reporting, while providing end to end payment capabilities within an exceptional customer experience” said Mark Engels, Chief Revenue Officer at Paya. “We are excited to add this newest certification to our Acumatica offering, ensuring that our clients and partners have access to the latest integrated payment innovation to support Acumatica’s newest functionality.”

“A fully integrated, seamless experience between the Acumatica platform and our partner technologies ensures that our customers can run their businesses with utmost security, reliability, and efficiency.” said Christian Lindberg, Vice President of Partner Solutions at Acumatica. “We are excited to see Paya reach the 2020 R1 milestone as an Acumatica-Certified Application provider. Their continued innovation on the Acumatica platform positions our customers well for success.”

Paya’s solution is immediately available for Acumatica customers seeking an improved integrated payments experience. Not only will they benefit from Paya’s feature-rich, highly secure platform, but also from the dedicated technical and implementation support, white glove onboarding, and best in class service. For more information about Paya’s integrated payment solution and world class support, visit

About Paya
Paya is a leading provider of integrated payment and frictionless commerce solutions that help customers accept and make payments, expedite receipt of money, and increase operating efficiencies. The company processes over $30BN of annual payment volume across credit/debit card, ACH, and check, making it a top 20 provider of payment processing in the US and #6 overall in e-Commerce. Paya serves more than 100,000 customers through over 1,000 key distribution partners focused on targeted, high growth verticals such as healthcare, education, non-profit, government, utilities, manufacturing, and other B2B end markets. The business has built its foundation on offering robust integrations into front-end CRM and back-end accounting systems to enhance customer experience and workflow. Paya is headquartered in Atlanta, GA, with offices in Reston, VA, Fort Walton Beach, FL, Dayton, OH, and Mt. Vernon, OH. For more information visit

About Acumatica
Acumatica provides cloud-based business management software that enables small and mid-size companies to accelerate their businesses. Built on cloud and mobile technology and a unique customer-centric licensing model, Acumatica delivers a suite of fully integrated business management applications, such as Financials, Distribution, CRM, and Project Accounting, on a robust and flexible platform. For more information, visit

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As students plan for the new school year, Loan Doctor Financial provides insight into how they could save thousands

Lower rates on student loans reduce total of education

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Medical students look to private student loans to decrease cost of education

Health professions students could look at private loans as a competitive alternative to federal loans. With low rates and no fees, they could save thousands on their education”

— Dr. Edgar Radjabli, DDS, CTA

WEST PALM BEACH, FL, USA, July 10, 2020 / — While many students are wondering whether school will be in session next year, those students in the health professions are wondering more about how to pay for the ever increasing cost of medical education.

According to the American Dental Education Association (ADEA), the average debt for graduates of private dental schools in 2019 was over $320,000. With yearly increases in tuition, dental students going into their first year of school in 2020 may end up with over $400,000 in student debt by the time they graduate in 2024.

“When I was in dental school, we only had one option for loans” explains Dr. Edgar Radjabli, CTA of Loan Doctor Financial. “With only one lender, the Federal Government, there is no competition or incentive to reduce cost for students”

Currently, Federal student loans have an origination fee of 4.236%. For the expected 2024 graduate of a private dental school, that amounts to nearly $17,000 in fees alone. In addition, current interest rates stand at 5.3%, much higher than other options.

“While health professions careers can certainly regarding financially, it has been a personal mission for me to find ways to reduce the cost. Without a heavy student loan burden, doctors, dentists, nurses and others have more flexibility to work in underserved areas, choose primary care over specialties, and perform more charity care”

In order to help students with alternative options to finance their education, Loan Doctor Financial is partnering with top banks to offer $0 fee, low interest loans to health care professional students

“The interest rates in the private market are very competitive. Banks are offering rates that can be a full 4% lower than the federal rate for variable rate loans, and even the fixed rate loans are more competitive. There are some important considerations that students should consider when choosing between federal and private student loans, such as forbearance etc. It’s an important conversation to have with their financial aid officer or financial advisor. If private loans make sense, there are some great opportunities for savings”

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