“Just because your life changes, doesn’t mean your deepest passions have to,”—Shannon Miller
After being in the classroom for close to 15 years, it is hard to walk away from “teaching.” That is why I haven’t! As a teacher, I provide my “students” with information and critical thinking skills so that they can make the best educated decisions about retirement. Every client of mine has a retirement plan that is geared towards their needs, hopes and desires for the second half of their financial lives. Social Security and Pension Maximization, Tax and Risk Management, Medicare Solutions, Long Term Care Options, Portfolio Assessment, Wealth Management…are all aspects of retirement that need to be considered. Just like you, I am passionate about seeing my students succeed. Let’s learn about what would be best for YOUR retirement together!
WARNING! DO NOT LEAVE THE TEACHING PROFESSION BEFORE READING THIS!
Many of you have your “magic 30” in and are ready for the next chapter. Read what you need to know before leaving the classroom.
Sara is a true Northern Michigan gal, spending most of her life in beautiful Bellaire. Graduating from the University of Michigan with a Masters Degree in Education and from Arizona State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in English and Sociology, She continues to have a love for teaching and writing, including her monthly column in the Primetime News, writing a monthly newsletter “Tips To Supercharge Your Retirement,” as well as many other helpful resources for educators. Sara is close with her family, and loves to spend time with her husband, two sons, and her mom. She is an intricate part of Hudson Helps, which gives back to seniors in need in the community.