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Are you tired of being broke? Unsure when (or even if) you’ll be able to retire? I was in the same spot just a few years ago, and have turned things around. I want to help you take charge of your finances.
Today, I’m thrilled to announce my free ebook: An Educator’s Quick Guide to Financial Independence. It gives you the information you need to start transforming your finances now. Best of all, it’s totally free.
I’ll go into more detail below, but if you’re ready to grab the book now:
How It Came To Be
Four years ago, we had no financial plan. My wife and I, both career public educators, had been working hard for almost two decades and had little to show for it. After making a dream purchase, I had a financial epiphany.
Over the next two years, I consumed everything I could related to financial independence. I slowly put together the pieces of a financial plan that took advantage of our education careers. Some jumps were huge, others small. Eventually, it all came together.
We’re in good shape now. We have a solid net worth. We’ll be financially independent soon. We enjoy our jobs more, our relationship is strong, and we’re excited for the future.
I can’t help but think about that lost decade though. And, the extra two years of learning before we really started making progress. Time matters in this pursuit – you shouldn’t waste any of it.
I’m here to help you do better than I did.
I started Educator FI to help others avoid my mistakes, or correct them more quickly. I’ve written more than 100 posts, with lots of good information. I know they’ll be helpful.
But if you’re ready to get started now, this book distills the information you need in an easy-to-read format. With information specifically for educators pursuing financial independence.
Educators can build wealth while doing work that matters. I’m here to help you along the way.
Dive in – it may change your life.