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Teach and Retire Rich - Talking teacher retirement savings plans.

Teacher Daniel Otter, Ph.D. and Certified Financial Planner Scott Dauenhauer discuss teacher retirement savings issues over a couple of micro beers. Never too serious, Dan and Scott strive to make learning about pensions, the 403(b), the 457(b), and investing, fun and understandable.
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Now displaying: June, 2019
Jun 22, 2019

With Scott out of the country, Dan is joined by fiduciary planner, Breanna Reish, CFP®, as they interview a Pittsburgh middle school science teacher who is trying to get better vendor choices. 

 

Act V: New Pennsylvania Law Requires 4 403(b) Vendors

Wealth of Confidence

Late Bloomer Millionaire

403(b)wise Fiduciary Advisor Directory

403(b)wise

Meridian Wealth Management

Jun 13, 2019

Scott, Dan and longtime 403(b) advocate Steve Schullo meet up in Riverside, California to talk 403(b) with fiduciary planner, Breanna Reish, CFP®, and a member of the 403(b)wise Fiduciary Advisor Directory.  

 

Wealth of Confidence

Late Bloomer Millionaire

403(b)wise Fiduciary Advisor Directory

403(b)wise

Meridian Wealth Management

 

Jun 4, 2019

An AXA rep comes calling at Scott's wife's school and claims to be a fiduciary. The CFP® Board is making changes to the Fiduciary Standard. Dan talks Liverpool FC (only briefly) and about his visit to Olney Charter High School in Philadelphia to talk saving for retirement with teachers. Finally, another 403(b) story appears in a major publication.  

 

403(b)wise

Meridian Wealth Management

Reps and the CFP® Designation

The Annuity Trap That Teachers Need to Avoid

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