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Sending your child to college is one of the most exciting and nerve-wracking milestones on your path to raising independent adults. But how do you make sure they’re financially prepared? Whether college is years away or looming large, there are many strategies to help you plan, survive, and thrive.
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Without the full college experience on the table, as many as 35% of students have decided to take a gap year next year. But is putting your education on hold the right decision for you? There’s a lot to consider, and it ultimately comes down to what you want from your education or gap year.
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