How Can Solo Parents Plan With Future Scholar?
Solo parents are real-life superheroes since they go through twice the responsibility – both financially and emotionally.
If you’re a solo parent yourself, then you know how hard it is to make ends meet. But I’m here to help you plan ahead for your child.
Prioritize your child’s education
Every parent tries their best to provide their child with opportunities – and this includes a good education.
Start planning your child’s college funds with Future Scholar.
Get more guaranteed education benefits that allow your child to get cash payouts over four years of their education once they reach the age of 18.
Have a budget strategy
Having a single source of income while providing for your child can be challenging, so following a set game plan that helps you monitor your budget is important.
You can also invest a portion of your payments in expertly-managed funds that can grow your money over time.
This can also help in providing potential high returns to level up your child’s college education fund.
Be present in their life
While looking after your family’s financial needs, don’t forget to still be present in your child’s life.
Remember that you’re doing this for them and it would be sad to miss out on their milestones.
But make sure to prepare for the unexpected with Future Scholar’s optional life insurance coverage.
This is an additional lump-sum cash benefit to help in your child’s education when you pass away or suffer from a disability before your child reaches the age of 18.
Being a solo parent can be difficult. That’s why I’m here to support your child’s educational needs.
Fill in the form below so I can help you plan your child’s future today:
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