You don’t have to send your child to the most expensive universities.
But I believe that you have to send him to the university or college of his choice. Question is…
Will you be able to send him to the school of his choice? Or just the school you can afford?
A Clear Picture of my Parents’ Situation.
I, the eldest enters and expensive university. Two years later, my brother entered the same university. For three years, my parents have to send two sons in the same expensive university.
Eight years later, our youngest brother have to enter a university that’s even more expensive than his elder brothers combined. And I’m not yet talking about the tuition fee increase for eight years.
Help is on the way.
We are not a family of entrepreneurs. We are not one with the elites. We’re just like who most of us are – a common middle class.
But I am proud to say that my brothers and I were sent to universities of our choice. And at an expensive one at that. How are my parents able to do it?
I owe the insurance industry with most of who I am today.
If there’s anyone who can speak of the benefits given by insurances, it will be me. I am who I am today (for the most part) because of insurances. It paved the way through the life that I want.
That’s why paid or not, I strongly advocate this. My way of giving back to the industry.
Never again a child will be sent to a second-choice school just because his parents can’t afford the first.
I talk more about that in today’s video.
Here, I’ll be showing you how an insurance can help you send your child to his school of choice. More importantly, I will teach you the things to consider if you’re buying an insurance for your child’s education.
These will give you a lot of confidence when you face your financial adviser. Watch it here.
Disclaimer: Insurances vary from one company to another. Features, premiums and riders may, and will vary as well. What was presented to you are insurances’ general guidelines and concepts to help you with life’s crucial financial milestones.
The type of insurances mentioned does not constitute as a financial advise, and should be treated as information for education purposes only. Retire Before 65, its authors and partners will not be held liable for your misfortunes.
Reaching out for a financial adviser will be best, but I would always say that you always do your own due diligence.
Sacrificing for your kids is not bad. On the contrary, it’s a noble thing. But it’s an unnecessary sacrifice that can actually be prevented.
Note: This is the 3rd video of the series I made called “Life Insurance Code: How To Spot The Right Insurance For You”. It’s a non sales-ey, purely educational training designed for insurance customers. Click here to watch the whole series (plus the bonus video).