• Teach Your Children to be Financially Independent

    Financial lessons are a part of giving your children a bright future. Getting them ready to manage money and how to set long-term goals are ...

    The Financial Facts of Motherhood

    The financial implications of motherhood means moms must adjust their finances to fit the needs of their growing family whether they are a m...

    Saving for Your Baby's Arrival

    Preparing to add to your family can be an exciting time, and with a bit of financial planning you may be able to alleviate some of the stres...

    Advice To New Parents

    What does it mean to be a good parent? It's a question so many of us wrestle with as we raise our children. And in today's world, there's no shortage of information or advice on the subject. At Protective, we really believe it comes down to a few fundamentals, most of which aren't what we worry about on a daily basis.

    Things That Are Safe to Buy Secondhand for your Baby

    Consider purchasing some baby items secondhand in an effort to stay on track with your family budget. While not all items are safe to purcha...

    5 Financial “To-Dos” for New Parents

    Becoming a parent brings great responsibility - for many that can range from providing basic needs to a college education. Stay on top of yo...

    Money Advice for New Moms

    As a new mom, there's a lot to learn, and teaching your child to manage money probably isn't at the top of your list. But starting early can make a huge positive impact on your child's future financial well-being.

  • All Learning Center articles are general summaries that can be used when considering your financial future at various life stages. The information presented is for educational purposes and meant to supplement other information specific to your situation. It is not intended as investment advice and does not necessarily represent the opinion of Protective Life or its subsidiaries.

    Neither Protective Life nor its representatives offer legal or tax advice. We encourage you to consult with your financial adviser and legal or tax adviser regarding your individual situations before making investment, social security, retirement planning, and tax‐related decisions. For information about Protective Life and its products and services, visit www.protective.com.

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    The information across our Learning Center is designed for individuals and families to help provide easy access to information that can help with your financial plan. Whether you’re having your first child and trying to determine what your budget needs to be or you’re chasing toddlers or even teenagers and trying to plan for the next phase of your life – you need information to help you get started. In this section, we’ve covered topics such as budgeting for a baby, planning for college and even building an emergency fund. We hope you find this information helpful. If you don’t see what you need, please let us know. You can find us on or follow us on Twitter via @ProtectiveLife. We’d love to hear from you.

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