How much does it cost to homeschool?
How can we tightly budget and still give our children a fine education?
A Tax Write-off?
AN A to Z ARTICLE
Can I write off any homeschooling expenses on my taxes?
The Cost of Homeschooling
Posted by Heather Sanders on June 6, 2014. 75 Comments, mostly answers to “What are your estimated costs for a single year of homeschooling and what does that cost include?” Naturally, the costs vary widely from one family to another, but in an effort to be transparent about our own costs, I decided to discuss and post our family’s current and potential expenditures for our 2014-2015 academic homeschool year.
The Cost of Homeschooling
Many people interested in homeschooling are naturally concerned about how much it will cost. That’s a hard question to answer because the answer depends on so many variables. By Beverly S. Krueger, EHO.
What It Costs to Homeschool?
This was an informal, voluntary, anonymous survey of homeschooling families in the San Francisco Bay Area.
AN A TO Z DIRECTORY
Send for free curriculum, rent materials, or make a bid on very low priced curriculum from eBay or sell it there. Find used curriculum swaps.
But Don’t Be Cheap!
“Frugal” versus (Downright) “Cheap”
If a homeschooler takes the time of someone who sells a product they’re interested in, it is only right that the product be purchased from them. This goes beyond more than just “good stewardship of your money”; it is “good stewardship of your homeschool servants.” By Barb Shelton.
What Is It With Homeschoolers & Money?
Fair market value is not a concept that seems to be embraced by the homeschool community at large. Why? By Diane Keith, Homefires. [This is a little dated. The income levels are probably different now.]
Homeschooling for Free
If you use your talents, creativity and footwork to provide an education for your children, you not only save money, but you are teaching your children valuable life skills. Your children can see that their education is important to you. They see that money doesn’t buy everything. By Kathryn Frazier, HEM S/O ’07
Homeschooling On A Budget
My family has built our curriculum around library resources. Homeschooling families use the library in two ways: researching items of interest, and discovering topics for further study. By Isabel Shaw.
Homeschooling on a Shoestring
The purpose of this page is to make available ways of cutting costs while homeschooling. We hope this will enable you to save money while maintaining a high quality of education.
Living on One Income in a Two Income World
When we choose to homeschool, it seems most of the time we also must make the decision to live on one income. You don’t have to buy that entire, deluxe, covers it all, curriculum set brand new! By Kari Lomanno.