These days, most kids dream about going to college so they can get a good job and live a comfortable lifestyle. But with a four-year degree often costing $50,000 a year or more, that dream is becoming increasingly difficult to realize.
As open enrollment for employer-provided insurance benefit plans rolls around this fall, many employers will be offering their employees the benefit of participating in a group life insurance plan. According to a National Compensation Survey issued by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics in March 2017, approximately 65 percent of workers have access to life insurance and almost as many, 64 percent, participate.
As a single parent, you have a full plate. From carpools to homework, it can be tough to think big picture when your daily schedule is so demanding. It is important, however, to take some time every once in a while, to plan for your future, as well as your children’s. A great place to start is with your life insurance needs.