After viewing the course, a teacher will know how to protect their retirement from potential reductions in their future pension benefits.
Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) May 07, 2012
Steven Daar, author of the book “The Seven Deadly Sins of Teacher Retirement”, announced today a free E-Course for educators who are worried about potentially having reduced state provided pension benefits in the future.
The E-Course is three videos long with a combined length of just under one hour. After viewing, a teacher will know what the best retirement plan available to them is likely to be, strategies to save more as well as make money to save for the future, and how to avoid costly fees that can eat large portions of a retirement account.
The course is being made available in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week. The goal is to give back to all of our educators who have devoted their lives to serving the public but, in many states, are facing severely underfunded pension systems and potential reductions in future retirement benefits.
“I think every teacher who cares about their retirement needs to learn exactly what is going on,” said Molly Simmons, a 3rd grade teacher from Illinois. Illinois has one of the worst funded pension systems in the entire country and there has been increasing discussion over the past year over potential pension reform or reductions in benefits.
The information in this E-Course is the culmination of several years’ worth of research, study, and investigation into personal finance as well as into public pensions and the various retirement accounts available to teachers. All of that information has been condensed and put into an online course format that is designed to be fast paced, easy to grasp, and highly educational.
Teachers may also visit the Teachers Retirement Help home page for access to more articles and videos on finance issues educators regularly face.
About Teachers Retirement Help
Teachers Retirement Help (TRH) is the leading provider of unbiased financial advice for teachers in the United States. With no connection or compensation from any other financial firm, TRH is able to provide truly independent advice with only the individual teacher’s best interest in mind. Teachers Retirement Help is a social business, donating at least 10% of all profit to education based charities.