Educators can multiply their income using the educator career ladder. Know your options to use it effectively! The first post in the educator income growth series.
The very first in our Educator on FI/RE interview series. Today, we hear the story of CJ, a high school teacher newly seeking financial independence.
Today, we’re jumping into education geekery, but I promise to link it to personal finance! I’m going to focus on a learning theory called the zone of proximal development. Then, I’ll review why the personal finance community is important, and where it sometimes misses. Finally, let’s look at how this theory can support you as […]
We all learn best from a variety of experiences and approaches. I’m excited to announce a new series featuring the learnings and questions of educators on the path to FI.
A pension can be a valuable asset. But there is so much uncertainty. What do you do? We’ll explore four ways to include a pension in your financial independence plan.
Educators pour themselves into the critical work of preparing students for a successful future. Our economic and civic future depends on their success. They deserve to be financially independent. Let’s start now.
Here comes 2019! 2018 was our first full year on the path to financial independence (FI) and it was a great one. We’re determined to make 2019 even better. And, if you’ve read anything of mine, you know that means setting some clear goals. I’ll tell you about our process and goals for a successful 2019.
Investing can be intimidating to many, but it’s important for building your path to financial independence. A quick overview of the basics of investing.
New to FI? Savings is the main driver on your path to financial independence. This post covers common FI concepts in creating and using your savings.
2018 was our first year on the path to financial independence. We continued to learn, improved our approach, and crushed our goals.