We are in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. The world has changed very quickly. Normally, I stick purely to financial topics. I hope you’ll forgive me a short pause while I, and we all, wrestle with our current situation. Yes, money still matters. In fact, the financial impacts of this pandemic will be felt […]
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The assistant principalship is a great entry into school administration. It provides a good balance of leadership while staying connected with students. The job market is competitive. This post will help you get hired.
Location matters in the pursuit of financial independence. Which state is best for teachers?
A special education teacher and her partner build a plan for financial independence and family. A net worth of $200,000 and 50% savings rate!
How much does a teacher need to retire? Understand the factors and learn the answer to this important question.
One year after selling our large beautiful home, we’re moving back in our original starter home. Here’s why we’ve decided to move back into our rental property.
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