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How to Finance an Adoption

The adoption process is often very expensive. The true burden of the expense will frequently depend upon the income level and/or established savings of the family which is hoping to adopt. It is important for individuals to realize that they do not have to be wealthy individuals in order to adopt a child. There are many financial options available to individuals who are looking to adopt a child.

Employee Benefits

For some individuals, the answer to their financial woes with regard to adoption may be no further away than their own employer. A lot of employers offer adoption benefits to employees who wish to adopt a child yet may not have the funds to do so. Although this is often the larger companies and corporations which provide such benefits, it never hurts the individual to inquire about the existence of such adoption benefits prior to adopting a child.

Adoption Grants and Loans

Those who are hoping to adopt a child may also consider obtaining adoption grants or loans in order to make this adoption dream a reality. Many of the loans even come with low interest rates attached which makes the total repayment cost even lower. If you are using an adoption agency to help you adopt, the agency may have information available on grants and loans. Some adoption agencies may even offer loans to the adoptive parents.

Adoption Tax Benefits

Although many prospective adoptive parents are preoccupied with financial options at the beginning of the adoption process, it is important to remember that with the adoption itself comes various tax benefits. The federal government offers tax credits for individuals who adopt a child and many states offer a similar tax break as well. The tax credit is usually seen on the tax year documents for the year in which the child was adopted.

Other Types of Loans

Besides the adoption grants and loans stated above, you may also consider obtaining a regular loan from their current banking institution. The interest rates may not be quite as good as the adoption loan rates but it provides an option for individuals who wish to obtain a regular loan to finance the adoption. It is best to shop around for the most favorable loan rates prior to securing a particular one so that the borrower knows they have received the best deal possible.

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