A first-year teacher starts on the path to financial independence. She has a goal to be a millionaire by 35!
Are you trying to educate people about personal finance? Every community has its own insider language. Be aware of how you use jargon to invite or exclude.
Do you have trouble focusing? In school, were you admonished to “sit still” or “pay attention!” Do you lose focus and change obsessions frequently or are you often tempted to tinker with your investments? Fidget toys may be the solution you need!
Explore the levers that allow any educator to make more money. Real examples of how you can earn 6-figures while doing the job you love!
Aaron spent his entire career in one school! Now, he’s retiring early with significant wealth. Read his unusual story.
Let me be clear from the start – I’m not advocating buying a vacation home. A vacation home purchase was our last glorious act of lifestyle inflation. Perhaps you’ve made a similar mistake or maybe you just really want your own vacation place. I’ll share how we own a vacation home without spending a fortune. […]
I worked hard and got what I’d dreamed of. Then I realized I was creating a trap. How that moment woke me up and changed life for the better.
Have you ever been so upset, angry, or scared that you’ve done something totally out of character? Maybe you bought someting really expensive, were a jerk to your boss or an investor, or were reckless in a totally personal way. Afterward, you might not even remember doing it! You aren’t going crazy – the escalation […]
Tawnya from Money Saved is Money Earned stops by to share her inspiring story of a single teacher well on her way to financial independence!
You may have heard the term 403b briefly in HR orientation. Or, perhaps when a salesman threw a pitch at you in the lunchroom (ugh…so annoying!) You probably ignored it or wrote it off as too confusing. Now, you’re interested in investing for retirement and want to actually understand the 403 b. I’m here! As […]