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Millennials Are Seeking Prenups—and It Might Just Be Worth Considering

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6 Real Questions About Investing—Answered

When should you start investing? How much do you need to start? And what type of investments are right for you?

If you’re curious about investing, but you haven’t yet dipped your toes in the water, you’re not alone. In fact, this was a hot topic among SoFi members in a recent discussion with wealth advisors on Facebook. (That’s right, SoFi members have daily access to complimentary advisors—learn more here.)

Even if you’re not a member, we’ve brought the most pressing investing questions—and more importantly, their answers, courtesy of SoFi Financial Advisor Katy Song—right here. Read on to learn more.

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Hey Coach! How Do I Rebuild My Network After a Cross Country Move?

Welcome to Hey Coach!, a career advice column hosted by SoFi’s Career Advisory Group, a team of expert career coaches dedicated to helping SoFi members reach professional success. Got a tricky career question of your own? Email heycoach@sofi.com.

Hey Coach,

My husband and I have made the decision to move across the country so we can live closer to our families in the Bay Area. We’ve been living in New York for the last ten years and have really planted roots—great friends, families and jobs—but we’re looking to start a family of our own soon and know being closer to loved ones is the right choice.

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6 Real Questions About Your Emergency Fund—Answered

You probably already know that you should have an emergency fund—a bit of extra cash on hand in case of an unforeseen event, like getting laid off or needing to move.

But many of us don’t know more than that. How much should you have? How, exactly, do you save that cash? And should you focus on building this fund or paying off debt first?

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8 Doctors Share Exactly How They’re Tackling Medical School Debt

There are lots of good reasons to become a doctor. Being a physician means you can help people in one of the most direct ways possible: By doing your best to restore their health. An added bonus is you can eventually make hundreds of thousands of dollars a year doing it; Medscape’s 2016 physician compensation report found that the lowest-earning doctors (pediatricians and endocrinologists) bring in around $200,000 a year, while the highest earners (orthopedists and cardiologists) make over $400,000.

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