PHILADELPHIA, PA--(Marketwired - February 02, 2016) - Eric Nichols, Founder of Educated Wealth Strategies, a financial services firm created to deliver high quality, comprehensive financial strategies to teachers and education professionals, today announces the launch of his first book, titled Financial Planning for Teachers: The Lesson Plan For Your Financial Future. The book provides essential financial planning tips and techniques tailored to the specific needs and challenges of teachers and education professionals.
Financial Planning for Teachers is divided into two sections: "Pre-Retirement," and "To Retirement, and Beyond!" The book will offer teachers and other education professionals advice on topics such as retirement accumulation planning, estate planning strategies, and planning for sustainable income streams post-retirement. It also includes a step-by-step guide to building a financial strategy for their families.
"I wrote this book with the challenges that education professionals face squarely in mind," says Eric Nichols, author of Financial Planning for Teachers. "My goal in sharing this information is to educate and empower teachers, spouses, and extended families to accomplish their life goals by properly strategizing to allocate resources."
Beyond the two main sections and the chapter breakdown, Financial Planning for Teachers also explores different types of retirement accounts, products and the concerns with, and advantages of each in a format that is both interesting and easy to read.
"Eric is a talented advisor who has been extremely successful in working with clients," says David Karr, ChFC, CLU, Chairman, AXA Advisors. "His 'no nonsense' approach makes him easy to understand and simplifies the complexities of prioritizing their financial concerns. This provides clarity and confidence about their future."
Eric is also the President and Founder of Educated Wealth Strategies, a financial services firm built specifically for educators. The firm focuses on providing high-end, holistic financial strategies to teachers and their spouses. Educated Wealth Strategies also serves clients and spouses in different industries, whether they be attorneys, doctors, business executives, or in a variety of other industries.
"The purpose of this book, and the goal of Educated Wealth Strategies as a firm, is to provide teachers access to the same opportunities as professionals in other industries might have to accumulate wealth," concludes Eric. "We work with professionals from all walks of life, but having worked with well over a thousand families of teachers, we know well the intricacies of financial planning for that industry and are proud to be in a position to offer strategies to what we believe is an underserved sector of the population."
In addition to his unique skill set, Eric Nichols holds FINRA Series 7, 66, and 24 licenses and Life, Accident, and Health Insurance licenses. He is also a Certified Financial Planner (CFP ®), Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU ®), Retirement Income Certified Professional (RICP ®), and Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC ®).
For more information on Financial Planning for Teachers, or to buy the book, please visit http://www.amazon.com/Financial-Planning-For-Teachers-Lesson/dp/0692581618.
For more information on Educated Wealth Strategies, please visit www.educatedwealthstrategies.com.
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Eric Nichols offers securities through AXA Advisors, LLC (NY, NY 212-314-4600), member FINRA/SIPC, offers investment advisory products and services through AXA Advisors, LLC, an investment advisor registered with the SEC, and offers insurance and annuity products through AXA Network, LLC.
Educated Wealth Strategies is not a registered investment advisor and is not owned or operated by AXA Advisors or AXA Network.
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Book Snapshot: Financial Planning for Teachers is a basic manual to help teachers and education professionals better understand and collaborate with their financial advisor. The book details financial planning strategies for pre- and post-retirement education professionals and their families. After reading this book, the reader should have a basic understanding of the process of creating and implementing a financial plan. The reader will come away both educated and empowered to have productive conversations with their financial advisor, as well as determine whether their advisor is making sound recommendations that are in their best interest.