We caught up with Dr. Ian Hoffman after he assisted Justin in establishing his non-profit dental practice, New Horizon Dental Center in Tempe, AZ. They discuss the rare instance of a win-win-win situation in regards to the New Horizon Dental Center and Implant Pathway. Special thanks to Lisa Moler of MedMark Media for connecting Dr. Hoffman and Dr. Moody to make this a possibility!
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Dr. Hoffman is a man on a mission. After overcoming a serious health challenge as a kid, he is passionate about improving access to health, wellness, and medical care for low-income and underserved populations around the country by helping doctors through the process of starting a charity and qualifying for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF).
Do you want to make the world a better place and get your student loans ERASED?
Dr. Ian Hoffman’s program, FedLoan Forgiveness for Doctors may be able to help!
After overcoming a serious health challenge as a kid, Ian is passionate about improving access to health, wellness, and medical services for low-income and under-served populations around the country.
Starting a charity is the secret sauce that allows dentists in private practice to qualify for a government program called Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) which will erase your student debt, tax-free, 15 years faster than the income driven repayment plans.
In under a year he’s helped doctors qualify for over $13 million in savings on their student loans!
Ian and his wife Dr. Lindsay Hoffman are co-founders of Chiropractic Health & Happiness, a concierge style office by the beach in San Diego that provides pediatric, prenatal, and proactive chiropractic care, as well as Cure Not Profit, a 501(C)(3) wellness charity that serves to spread the miracle of chiropractic care to under-served populations in their community.
“One of my favorite things is knowing that with less stress and anxiety about student debt, doctors are better able to focus on what matters most: their family, their patients, and their quality of life!”