Economists'

Advice for

Educators

Teachers Can Be Financially Fit: Economists' Advice for Educators was written by a four-author team of award-winning economics educators. The authors dispense practical financial advice to teachers using relatable case studies and an engaging narrative specifically designed to address the unique financial needs of teachers.

Teachers Can Be Financially Fit...

  • Offers common sense advice to educators of all levels looking to build good financial habits.

  • Shows educators how to take advantage of their profession's distinctive characteristics to achieve financial success.

  • Provides tools for teachers to adapt budgeting, saving, investing and similar techniques to their specific situations, in order to live happier and be more financially secure.

Table of Contents

 

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Chapter 13:

 

Chapter 14:

Table of

Contents

Yes, Teachers Can be Financially Fit

 

Choices about Spending and Saving

 

Earning Extra Income

 

Teachers Wheels: Cars and Transportation

 

Walls and a Roof: Housing for Teachers

 

Managing Credit and Debt

 

Investment Basics for Teachers

 

Retirement for Public School Educators

 

Saving for Retirement: Options for Public, Private, and Charter School Educators

The Higher Education Connection

Educators and Insurance

 

Unconventional Risk Management: What Could Go Wrong?

Teachers in a Market Economy

 

Don’t Keep It a Secret