6 Reasons Homeschooling Families Need Life Insurance Protection

To all the homeschooling families out there, I applaud you. You are making an investment in your children that is invaluable. When we made the decision to homeschool our family, we knew it would be a rewarding adventure - one that required careful planning and flexibility. Homeschooling families are cut from the same cloth; a fabric that is high-functioning, creative and responsible. 

Let's focus on one of the character traits of homeschooling families: responsibility. Because you have made an important decision to homeschool your children, it's imperative to have a back-up plan should something happen to you. As a fellow homeschooling family, I know the passion and importance you have placed on that choice. Protecting your homeschooling strategy can be accomplished through life insurance. The good news is it's cheaper than you think. 

People with no life insurance overestimate its cost by three times. And even those who have coverage, overestimate its cost by two times. A latte costs $4 per day while life insurance can cost about $1 per day.
— Life Happens: True Cost of Life Insurance, 2015

Life insurance creates a contingency plan. Consider the following reasons why homeschooling families need life insurance. Policy proceeds can be used to purchase:

1. Online courses

2. Private tutor

3. Homeschool co-op costs and tuition

4. Private school

5. Curriculum 

6. Extra-curricular lessons (i.e. piano or snowboarding)

If it's important to you to continue homeschooling, regardless of what life brings, life insurance provides options. Consider it a safety-deposit on one of your most important assets - your children's education. 

To get started with a free no-obligation quote, click here. Insurance Happens specializes in helping homeschooling families obtain appropriate life insurance protection.