Readin’, Writin’, And Mainly Arithmetic
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January 14, 2014

If you’re a school teacher in Nevada, here’s what we have for you.

You can now go into debt to buy supplies for your students. In fact, they’re encouraging it and making it easy for you. (Click the little one to get the big one.)

classroomloan

This is the Silver State School Credit Union. A beginning teacher makes $34,684 in Nevada and probably has a truckload of college loans to pay off. And that teacher is expected to buy school supplies.

That’s a very cool way to keep taxes down.

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