We host free financial literacy workshops that can possibly  help you free up some money to use towards your financial future. These workshops are not about selling products, but provide valuable information on student loan debt and forgiveness programs, how to get funding for class room supplies, understanding your state retirement system and more.

Student Loan Forgiveness - Do you feel like your student loan debt is standing in the way of your passion for teaching future generations? Student loan debt should never detour you from doing what you were born to do.  Learn how we may be able to help you with your loans, so you can focus on your students and your future. - Teachers on average spend about $500 a year* out of their own pockets to fund classroom projects. You don’t have to!  Learn how we can help get the supplies you need so you can direct your hard-earned money to your financial goals.

*Sources:  2013 NSSEA Retail Market Awareness Study

State Teachers Retirement Systems (STRS)* - Do you know how to estimate the income you will receive from your state retirement system?  State retirement can be complex and can change.  We can help you better understand your state retirement system, so you can make educated decisions about your financial future.

*Not available in Utah

Financial Success – No matter where you are in life, you should always make sure to put yourself in a position to achieve financial success. We can show you how!

Tax-deferred 403(b)s – Do you know what a 403(b) is or why 403(b) programs are a benefit for school district employees?  Want to know more?  We can help you understand what 403(b)s are all about so you can determine if you should make a 403(b) part of your retirement strategy.

Ask your local agent about the availability of these workshops in your school.

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