Take the necessary steps today to secure your financial future for tomorrow.
As a doctor of optometry, you've worked hard to cultivate your career. AOAExcel® has sourced tools to help you manage your finances and secure the financial future you've worked hard for–whether this starts with a game plan to address your student loans, tools to create a retirement savings plan or integral moves to prepare for the unexpected.
Student loan refinancing
Student loans are confusing and AOAExcel's endorsed business partner brings simplicity and clarity towards navigating the process for AOA members. In addition to understanding the student landscape, AOAExcel's endorsed business partner offers student loan refinancing solutions for AOA members if and when the time is right.
Retirement savings planning
It's never too early for doctors of optometry to create a retirement savings plan. Whether you're an independent contractor, practice owner or anything in between, AOAExcel's endorsed business partner can provide a solution. AOA members will find that creating retirement savings plans may be easier and more affordable than you think, and can make your practice more attractive to potential employees.
1The 0.25% American Optometric Association (AOA) member interest rate discount is offered on new student loan refinance applications from active AOA members. The AOA discount is applied to your monthly payment and will be reflected in your billing statement. The discount will end if the AOA notifies Laurel Road that the borrower is no longer a member. This offer cannot be combined with other member or employee discounts.
Practice smarter and more efficiently.
We all see patients with mild vision loss who say their vision does not allow them to read the way they once could. Consider these strategies when refraction doesn’t yield a vision improvement and further disease treatment isn’t warranted.
Texas becomes the latest state to achieve a significant scope expansion in 2021, earning doctors’ authority to prescribe oral eye medications and independently manage glaucoma.
A new study reports partial recovery of visual function in a patient with late-stage retinitis pigmentosa using optogenetic therapy, a first for researchers looking into the neurodegenerative disease.