Imagine that trip to Europe or out west you've always wanted to take, that family member or friend you've been wanting to spend more time with. You owe it to yourself and your family to put your money to work for you but it is NOT going to happen paying high fees for a 403(b) product that is not growing.
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Teachers CAN earn much more and deserve to! This course is a simple, step-by-step guide for busy teachers to understand how they can quickly earn tens of thousands of more dollars (or even hundreds of thousands!) in their career by making their money work for them the way the wealthy do.
Because of the unique retirement options facing teachers there are literally billions of dollars teacher are not taking advantage of. It's a shame. Teachers deserve better.
You do NOT need to be a victim. You can quickly understand commonly used investing terms, how to slash your investment fees, where to put your money, who to talk to and what to say to them to make this happen for you and your colleagues.
This course is designed by Mark Eichenlaub, a 7th grade English teacher, to take busy teachers through the basics of understanding their 403(b) plan and putting it on steroids, helping them to retire earlier and/or richer.
In this course you will learn what people like Tony Robbins, Hillary Clinton and President Obama do with their investments using their inside advice and how you can get access to the same type of profits. You can learn how to "set it and forget it" by getting your retirement plan on autopilot and not have to worry about it again. You will learn who you need to talk to and what to say to them to make this happen without the drama and emotion that can be involved with this kind of thing.
Hello! I am Mark Eichenlaub. I have been a middle school teacher and coach for the last 8 years and love helping my students and fellow teachers. Over the past few years I have been incredibly upset at the increasing tolls that have been placed on teachers. I have obsessed over ways to making teaching less stressful and more rewarding for teachers primarily for the teacher's sake but also because happier, healthier teachers who earn more are going to be better in the classroom and better family members. I write about this obsession at ProsperousTeachers.com.
Teachers DESERVE to rewarded for what they do for children and for our country. Not for one second should teachers feel bad for letting the money they earn grow for them!