We are joined again today by Mike and Joe Coffman from Coffman Wealth and Sage Point Financial Inc. As we continue our series on financial planning we will be discussing Tax and Estate Planning.
Let's face it. You deserve every nickel earned in your career.
Besides the time spent in the classroom, you also have worked countless hours writing lesson plans, grading papers and working with parents - even on your nights and weekends.
So, why not reward yourself by saving your well-deserved pension or salary whenever and wherever possible?
Here are eight ways to help your cash flow, especially in retirement or as you prepare for it.
We are joined again today by Mike and Joe Coffman from Coffman Wealth and Sage Point Financial Inc. As we continue our series on financial planning we will be discussing Retirement Savings and Income Planning.
When leaves begin turning colors and the air turns cool most of us begin to think of cider, pumpkins, family gatherings and upcoming holidays.
For the financially savvy, fall signals the time of year to make sure we have taken advantage of every opportunity to save for the long winter of retirement and accumulate some tax breaks to use when the spring thaw arrives in April.
These are five opportunities to take advantage of before December 31 or risk waiting till next year.
Many of you will be heading out for the holidays or going south or west as a snowbird during the cold weather months.
You should take a little precaution to protect your home during your absence. Here are a few tips to help deter burglars and make your home look occupied:
If you're a teacher thinking about when you should retire, you have a lot to consider.
In this post we will cover the essentials to help you determine when to retire from teaching. It is our hope that this guide will provide you with an overview of the procedures of the Indiana State Teacher's Retirement Fund (ISTRF), as well as the personal and emotional considerations involved.
The Indiana Retired Teachers Association is committed to assisting active educators in making informed retirement decisions. The Association works to protect retirement benefits and to improve retirement benefits of all retired teachers.
Read our in-depth guide: Retirement Guide for Indiana Teachers
If you are among the 72 percent of Americans who travel for leisure, you know that vacations can be expensive.
American Express says the average weeklong trip can cost around $970 per person for hotels, meals, transportation, entertainment and other expenses.
Even though you set a budget before setting off for another city, state or country, you sometimes spend more than you planned. Invariably, you can blow past your vacation means by buying items on impulse or pushing your credit cards to their limit.
So, what can you do to stick to your budget and still enjoy time with your family and friends? Here are some tips:
Welcome to Indiana EdCast, with Tom Mellish, Executive Director for IRTA, the Association that advocates for all Indiana retired educators. We are joined once again by Coach Sparkle, aka Ashley Kendricks, an instructional coach for Pleasant Hill Elementary in the North Montgomery Schools.
Today our focus is classroom looping in the upper elementary.
Linda Begley, a retired Indiana teacher and counselor and a retired Florida counselor, is here to answer some of our questions about a reverse mortgage. We hope you'll listen to this episode! Ms. Begley presents valuable information here for our listeners, and for your family and friends.
We are joined again today by Mike and Joe Coffman from Coffman Wealth and
Sage Point Financial Inc. As we continue our series on financial planning we will be
discussing Investment Planning.