Are you racking your head thinking about your children’s school fees? Is your children’s school fees pinching your pocket? Is your child still at home due to lack of finances?
No worries, we got you covered.
October meant parents have in the previous months prepared financially for school resumption. This remains the same except for the financial uncertainties that have affected many in their preparation. In 2020, even as many schools have resumed, many parents are still looking for money to send their children to school. You may have decided to go for homeschooling or combining both online and offline learning, or sending your children to school each day.
One thing is consistent, the start of the school year can be very expensive. With the resumption of school activities across the nation, parents will need to get access to financial help for their children’s education.
Here are ways to get the finances you need for school resumption
1: Dig into your savings when possible:
You probably still have some money saved up, you can dig into some to fund your planned expenses. You can always top up your savings or create a new savings account using the Rosabon Earning Plan.
2. Get a Rosabon Personal Loan:
You don’t have to be at the mercies of your friends and family members before getting your child back in school. When the going gets tough with securing money for your children’s school fees, always remember that Rosabon Financial Services provides tailor-made solutions designed just for you. With Rosabon, you can get up to N6 million with minimal interest rates to settle all financial emergencies.
Don’t delay… Get your child back in school today! Invest in your child’s education with a financial plan backed by financial support from your tested and trusted financial services provider. Click here to get started.
Alternatively, you can contact us today and call 0700-ROSABON (0700-7672266), 01- 4601130, 090-8898-8555 or call Sophia on 0815 084 6659 (Port Harcourt), Chineye on 0815 088 0082 (Port Harcourt) or Aderonke on 0811 239 1001 (Abuja) or send us an email at [email protected]