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Teach and Retire Rich Podcast

Teacher Dan Otter and Certified Financial Planner Scott Dauenhauer discuss retirement savings issues facing teachers, professors, doctors, nurses, school employees and those who work in the non-profit sector.

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Latest Episode: The New York Times Drops the Hammer on the 403(b) (#38).

Reform Issues

Despite predating the 401(k) by several decades, the 403(b) plan suffers a myriad of problems that adversely affect participants. All too often investment fees are too high and access to low-cost mutual funds is too limited.

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Sold a High Fee 403(b) Twice and Then Got Wise

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Long Island, NY teacher fell victim twice to high-fee 403(b) pitches. 

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An Annuity for the Teacher — and the Broker

October 26, 2016

A look inside the high-pressure job of selling
workplace annuities to public schoolteachers.

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