The increasingly competitive job market is leading more and more high school graduates to pursue a college education and even graduate degrees. One issue facing a large majority of them is how are they (or in most cases their parents) going to pay for it?
Andrew Kabatchnick, CPA, a licensed financial advisor, discusses the options that are available such as student loans, private scholarships, 529 plans, and parents’ retirement savings.
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