"In the Black" anyone who has more assets than liabilities, and is able to payoff their debts without any problem
Teachers & Money
Staying in the Black Podcast's goal is to help teachers live well on a public servants’ salary by providing actionable steps to improve your personal finance and Stay in the Black. This podcast is for teachers seeking guidance, knowledge, motivation, and support on their paths to financial freedom.
I’m Ms. Black a single mom, homeowner, and public school educator in NYC. I own two properties, and am one mortgage away from being totally debt-free. I love traveling the world with my family and have over $500,000 in my retirement accounts beyond my pension.
My mission is to help other educators live well on their salary by providing actionable steps to maximize their financial options.
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Staying in the Black a podcast about teachers and their money. Weekly episodes can include book reviews, interviews or discuss ways teachers can maximize their finances. I'll provided teachers with actionable steps to maximize their benefits and improve their personal finances.
Ms. Black, host, shares how she became a personal finance expert, named the podcast and the information you will learn while listening.
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