Homeschooling your child in your own home is not going to earn you any money.
Being a home educator is not considered a job, even if you’re a qualified educator or have past teaching experience.
Homeschooling is likely to cost you some money, but there are many strategies that can keep costs to a minimum.
So let’s get that straight about homeschooling: no one is going to put money into your bank account if you wish to educate your children at home.
Money is rarely the reason parents choose to homeschool their kids.
But it’s something you need to seriously consider. Obviously, not getting paid anything to home educate your children means you either need to have income coming in from other employment or business, or if you’re fortunate enough to have a nest egg or sufficient savings to live from throughout the years that you’ll be a home educator.
In a single parent family, it can be a real challenge to both homeschool and have time to work to bring in money for your family.