New Book: TL;DR: Financial Literacy for New Hampshire Public School Employees

I just wanted to share my latest book, this one written with Sheila Miller for employees in New Hampshire Public Schools, focusing on financial literacy and making the most of their NHRS pension benefits.

Please consider sharing with any teachers you know in New Hampshire.

This is the latest in the TL;DR Financial Literacy series. If you know educators in the following states/pension plans, or a young adult for the standalone young adult book, please consider sharing the appropriate book with them as well. And, if you happen to know a superintendent, school board member, principal, or union leader, you might suggest that this would make a great, inexpensive, possibly life-changing gift for new teachers.

Young Adults

Arizona (ASRS, over 625,000 members)

California (CalSTRS, almost 1,000,000 members)

Colorado (PERA, over 600,000 members)

Illinois (TRS, over 430,000 members)

Indiana (INPRS, over 500,000 members)

Iowa (IPERS, over 325,000 members)

Maine (MainePERS, over 120,000 members)

Massachusetts (MTRS, over 195,000 members)

Minnesota (TRA, over 143,000 members)

Missouri (PSRS/PEERS, over 289,000 members)

Nebraska (NPERS, over 140,000 members)

New Hampshire (NHRS, over 110,000 members)

New Jersey (TPAF/PERS, over 590,000 members)

New York City (TRSNYC, over 217,000 members)

New York State (NYSTRS, over 435,000 members)

Ohio (STRS, over 500,000 members)

Oregon (PERS, over 378,000 members)

Pennsylvania (PSERS, over 500,000 members)

St. Paul (SPTRFA, over 12,000 members)

Virginia (VRS, over 740,000 members)

Wyoming (WRS, over 80,000 members)

Washington (TRS, over 590,000 members)

I’m also currently working on the following:

  • Alaska (TRS)

If you know of any educators in a state not listed who might be interested in being a co-author for their state’s book, please have them complete this google form (or contact me directly).

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