Education is a great career option for pursuing financial independence. (That’s the whole point of this site – ha!) Both teaching or administration will get you there – just in very different ways and at different speeds.
I'm here to help you achieve FIOR! (Financial Independence Optional Retirement)
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.
Location matters in the pursuit of financial independence. Which state is best for teachers?
Teacher advantages for financial independence? Really? In spite of relatively low income, there are several things about our profession that are helpful for financial independence.
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Our income may not be the greatest, but we do have some great options for dealing with student loan debt. Learn how you can get up to 100% of your student loans forgiven!
I reaffirm my mission and how I support educators reaching financial independence. Oh – and launching a new section of the site!
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.
What if your job provides meaning, purpose, and fulfillment? Or maybe you just like it. Great! But don’t assume it will always be that way – prepare. FIOR!