Offset the cost of college...

Posted by andres.valenzuela on Tuesday August 7, 2007

"August is a time to purchase pencils, folders and other supplies as well as update the wardrobes of returning scholars. However, these expenditures feel small compared to the task of paying for a college education," according to The Times-Gazette. "Financial aid offices expect the students' families to shoulder much of this burden and ask you to use the 'Free Application for Federal Student Aid' to calculate an 'Expected Family Contribution' based on the income and assets of the parents of each student who is unmarried and under the age of 25. To help your child avoid taking on debt to receive a college degree, start saving today. There are many avenues for you to begin investing in your child's education."

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