Saving for Higher Education with Whole Life Insurance

Saving for Higher Education with Whole Life Insurance

September 09, 2019

College costs are constantly rising and it’s only getting tougher to save for it. So, paying for your child or grandchild’s college education tomorrow requires planning today. A whole life policy is a great way to save for college tuition. Along with guaranteeing a death benefit, whole life insurance features a cash value account that grows tax-deferred 1. Assuming you buy the policy when your kids are very young, by the time they head to college, you can withdraw 2 the money or borrow against the policy to help pay for college. Additionally, life insurance policies don’t count as assets when colleges analyze your need for financial aid. Consider a whole life policy today to make paying for college easier. At Lifetime Financial Growth, we understand how difficult it can be to save for college and want to provide you with Various options before you start planning.

View this brochure for more information on how whole life insurance can be used to fund your child’s tuition and contact us today to discuss putting this plan into motion!

Lifetime Financial Growth, LLC is an Agency of The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America® (Guardian), New York, NY. Securities products and advisory services offered through Park Avenue Securities LLC (PAS), member FINRA, SIPC. OSJ: 244 Blvd of the Allies, Pittsburgh, PA 15222 (412) 391-6700. PAS is an indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary of Guardian. This firm is not an affiliate or subsidiary of PAS. 

1 Guardian, its subsidiaries, agents and employees do not provide tax, legal, or accounting advice. Consult your tax, legal, or accounting professional regarding your individual situation.
2 Policy benefits are reduced by any outstanding loan or loan interest and/or withdrawals. Dividends, if any, are affected by policy loans and loan interest. Withdrawals above the cost basis may result in taxable ordinary income. If the policy lapses, or is surrendered, any outstanding loans considered gain in the policy may be subject to ordinary income taxes. If the policy is a Modified Endowment Contract (MEC), loans are treated like withdrawals, but as gain first, subject to ordinary income taxes. If the policy owner is under 59 ½, any taxable withdrawal may also be subject to a 10% federal tax penalty. Guardian® is a registered trademark of The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America. 2019-83931 Exp. 8/21