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- College costs are steep and rising, and there are several compelling arguments for declining to foot the bill for your child’s education.
- It can help your child to understand the value of money and build a healthy relationship with it early on.
- There are ways to encourage a college education without paying for tuition, such as supporting your child’s high-school education and researching scholarships.
Let’s get one thing straight: I am 100% pro-college.
If a college education helps you get to where you want to be professionally and if you can afford it, then you go ahead and earn that college degree! I spent six years in college and graduate school and benefitted hugely from both experiences. So I’d love to see my son succeed in higher education.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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