Personal Financial Products

Your financial health is personal - let AOAExcel® ’s endorsed business partner, Laurel Road guide you in your financial health journey.

Whether you're a practice owner, independent contractor, employee or anything in between, financial health is important - and personal - for doctors of optometry. AOAExcel is excited to partner with Laurel Road on 3 new personal financial products to assist optometrists in planning their financial future.

AOA Members must apply through to access these benefits.

Laurel Road High Yield Savings SM

Plan for the future with a highly competitive high yield savings account from Laurel Road. AOA members qualify for $0 cost to open and receive a $100 cashback bonus for opening an account. +


Laurel Road Student Loan Cashback SM Credit Card

AOA members get a $100 cash Bonus after activating! Introducing the first card that lets you redeem 2% cashback toward your student loans with any eligible servicer. Chip away at your student loans with every dollar you spend.

As an AOA member, receive the following benefits:

  • Receive a $100 bonus after activation +
  • Earn 2% cashback towards eligible student loans & 1% cashback towards anything else +

Start chipping away at your student loan debt today!

All credit products are subject to credit approval. Terms and conditions apply. Click here to learn more.


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Looking for a new optometric career opportunity? Doctors of optometry, including recent graduates from the class of 2020, can search open positions and connect with employers in the AOAExcel Career Center.

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