Do you want to leave your current job, but you’re too afraid of struggling on uncertain income? GaptoothDiva will discuss finances, fear of career change, and budgeting for your family with Danny Kofke.
• Retire with a sizeable nest egg
• Teach in a foreign country
• Own all of your possessions—including your cars and house
• Invest in Roth IRAs and 403bs
• Establish a weekly ‘budget’
• Live a financially secure life on a teacher’s salary!
Use the easy-to-use tips to equip you and your family to not only survive, but live happily within your means, multiply your funds and invest in your future.
Danny Kofke is currently a special education teacher in Georgia. He has also
taught kindergarten and first grade before moving into special education. His love of teaching and finances led him to write the book “How To Survive (and perhaps thrive) On A Teacher‘s Salary.”
Danny has been been featured in a number of publications including CNN.com, USA Weekend, Bankrate.com, PARADE, Instructor Magazine, USA Today, CBS MoneyWatch.com, FoxBusiness.com, The Wall Street Journal, ABCNews.com, Yahoo Finance, Woman’s Day, Consumer’s Digest, Bottom Line Personal, AOL.com, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, Your Family Today and The Huffington Post. He has also been interviewed on over 150 radio shows and on numerous television shows including Fox & Friends, CNN’s Newsroom, The 700 Club, ABC News Now, FOX Business Channel‘s Varney & Company, HLN’s The Clark Howard Show, MSNBC Live and The Daily Buzz.
A lot of people think that figuring out financial matters and investing are
difficult and are intimidated by it. Danny wants to show others if this 35
year-old school teacher can figure it out then they can too.
To learn more about Danny please visit www.dannykofke.blogspot.com.
“Many of you reading this love your job – that is PRICELESS. Did you know that, according to a 2006 study done by the NEA, 50% of teachers quit the profession within 5 years because of poor working conditions and low pay? I don’t want you to be a part of that 50% if you don’t want to. That is why I decided to write my book. In it I show how this 33 year-old school teacher has done very well on his salary. I was actually part of that 50%. I had the opportunity to double or triple my salary a few years ago. I decided to take this risk and became a flooring salesman. After 2 months of trying to sell flooring I realized that I was meant to teach. I even sat down with my wife and said that even if I made $1,000,000 a year selling flooring I was not as happy as I was in the classroom. Some of you might be in a similar situation. I hope that I can show you that you can still do well on a teacher’s salary and that wealth does not always mean how big your bank account is.”
- Danny Kofke
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- Danny Kofke Reveals How To Survive (and Perhaps Thrive) on a Teacher’s Salary in New Book (prweb.com)
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- College Grads, Here’s How to Become Millionaires (mint.com)
- High School Teacher (superscholar.org)
- A Small Firm Salary Survey: The Results (Part 2) (abovethelaw.com)
- Parenting Article: Getting the Most Out of the Parent Teacher Conference (shoppingblog.com)
- First, Kill all the Pensions (theatlantic.com)
- The Importance of Negotiating Your Salary (money.usnews.com)
- Teachers with low pay struggle for existence (lookatvietnam.com)
- Career change @ 40: financial sector to teacher? (ask.metafilter.com)