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“How To Survive (and perhaps thrive) On A Teacher’s Salary” author Danny Kofke on Living Fully After 40, 08-30-2010

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Danny Kofke

A lot of people think that figuring out financial matters and investing are difficult and are intimidated by it. Danny Kofke, a financially savvy special education teacher, wants to show others that if can figure it out then they can too. In “How To Survive (and perhaps thrive) On A Teacher’s Salary”, Danny explains the steps necessary for others to follow suit and save for life’s journeys.

In his book, Danny shows others how to:

  • Retire with a sizeable nest egg
  • Teach in a foreign country
  • Own all of their possessions – including their cars and houses
  • Invest in Roth IRAs and
  • Establish a weekly budget
  • Live a financially secure life on a modest salary!

Danny Kofke is currently a special education teacher in Georgia. He has also taught kindergarten, first grade and second grade. Danny’s love of teaching others led him to write the book “How To Survive (and perhaps thrive) On A Teacher’s Salary.”

Danny has been featured in a number of publications including USA Weekend, PARADE, Instructor, Consumer’s Digest, Bottom Line Personal, Your Family, Today and The Huffington Post.

Danny has been featured on a number of television shows including The 700 Club, Fox & Friends, CNN Newsroom and MSNBC Live. He has been featured in numerous publications and interviewed on over 100 radio shows.

A lot of people think that figuring out financial matters and investing are difficult and are intimidated by it. Danny wants to show others that if a special education school teacher can figure it out then they can too.

for more information about Danny or his book contact:

Danny Kofke

“How To Survive (and perhaps thrive) On A Teacher’s Salary

www.dannykofke.blogspot.com

Kofketd@windstream.net

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