Common Core Money: Financial Literacy for Educators & Other Professionals

Common Core Money Financial Literacy for Educators Other Professionals Are you afraid of not having enough savings for retirement Are you in the education industry or are a professional who is simply too busy to figure out what key areas of financial literacy you should

  • Title: Common Core Money: Financial Literacy for Educators & Other Professionals
  • Author: C. Osvaldo Gomez John P. Doyle Donna Tlachac
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Are you afraid of not having enough savings for retirement Are you in the education industry or are a professional who is simply too busy to figure out what key areas of financial literacy you should be mastering to ensure a fully funded retirement What if you had a friend on the inside, an educator that could share with you exactly what you needed to know about retiremeAre you afraid of not having enough savings for retirement Are you in the education industry or are a professional who is simply too busy to figure out what key areas of financial literacy you should be mastering to ensure a fully funded retirement What if you had a friend on the inside, an educator that could share with you exactly what you needed to know about retirement planning using both story telling and personal experience Most importantly, what if the information being shared was applicable and specific to a professional like you It s hard to believe an American Dream story nowadays, especially one that involves a former illegal immigrant from Mexico C Osvaldo Gomez came to this country as a six year old in 1983, not knowing a single word of English He s worth a million dollars today, owning a portfolio of equities and real estate, and he wants to show you how he did it The Common Core curriculum is the latest intervention to reach our public schools Its goal is to make America s children literate in Math and English, but as always, something is left out That something is financial literacy It s up to educators to learn about taxes, inflation, debt, budgeting, and traditional and alternative investments It s up to educators to show their students how a single income will no longer cut it in America, and that the need for accumulating assets and earning passive residual income is the only means to earning a comfortable retirement 21st century technology has revolutionized investing and finance, providing money making opportunities to the middle income individual These opportunities are being passed up, misunderstood or unidentified Common Core Money shows you how to make your social network platforms work for you while you re away Gomez is a high school assistant principal by day and investor, blogger, entrepreneur, and author by night In Common Core Money, he describes how financial literacy has been the secret to his success, and not some get rich quick scheme His empathy for the financial struggles of his peers in the education profession and the middle class is sincere It s why he s sharing with you every bit of investing knowledge he s learned from experience and from his wealthy contacts Featured on Money Magazine, mentioned in Community Investor Magazine, and written about on the San Diego Union Tribune, C Osvaldo Gomez is one atypical character sure to leave a positive impression on you.

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