Thursday, June 22
In this session, we'll talk about:
1. The challenges that student loans place on teachers and staff
2. The educator's path to retirement (403b, 457, hybrids, pensions, healthcare concerns)
3. The stress of the rising cost of living
Financial stress plagues the majority of K-12 teachers, staff, and even administrators. This money stress can be the byproduct of crushing loan debt, inadequate retirement savings, a lack of emergency savings, or a need for additional financial understanding. But there's a path forward that can help educators tackle their money challenges and stay in the classroom—rather than leaving the profession. Watch the session devoted to the financial stressors that impact educators more often or to a greater degree than the general population.
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Peter Dunn, CEO, Your Money Line
Peter Dunn a.ka. Pete the Planner® is the CEO and Founder of Your Money Line. He’s the host of the popular radio show and podcast The Pete the Planner Show, the author of ten books, a USA TODAY columnist, and appears regularly on TV and nationally syndicated radio programs. Pete is regularly considered one of the foremost experts on financial wellness.
Kristen Ahlenius, Director of Education, Your Money Line
Kristen Ahlenius is an Accredited Financial Counselor, AFC®️, who currently serves as Director of Education at Your Money Line, Kristen has been featured in Nerdwallet, AP News, and Go Banking Rates. She is a co-host of The Pete the Planner show, and holds a masters in advanced financial planning & financial therapy from Kansas State University.