The long summer paycheck gap is a challenge for new teachers trying to make financial progress. Here’s how we learned to manage it.
Increase Your Income!
Building a path to financial independence is all about creating space between your income and expenses. There is only so much spending you can cut. Building your income will give you a huge lift! Start with the first post in our series: Educator Career Ladder.
You want to make more money, but prefer to focus on your career instead of side hustling. The good news is teachers have ways to increase their salary.
This is one of the most frequent questions I’m asked about working in education. While simple to answer, it encapsulates some of the intricacy of personal finance as an educator. Sometimes the question is also a way of trying to make a point about teacher pay.
Location matters in the pursuit of financial independence. Which state is best for teachers?
Confused by your teacher pension? Learn to understand the critical variables and estimate your potential benefit. Includes real examples!
You can do the work you love while still building wealth! Today, we look at a viable teacher path to FIRE.
Can you build wealth while working as a public educator? Absolutely! Follow Kim as she pursues an administrative path to high net worth.
Educators can do the work we love and build financial security! An exploration of a two teacher household’s path to wealth.
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!
Looking to make a litle extra? Real side hustles used by real educators to make worthwhile extra income.