Parents of College Students Offer Their Hard-Earned Advice
Parents of College Students Offer Their Hard-Earned Advice

Parents of College Students Offer Their Hard-Earned Advice

 

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Parents of College Students Offer Their Hard-Earned Advice

What you should and shouldn’t do for your college-bound student.

Should you take on debt to put your child through college? How do you prepare your student for real life after college? What if your child fails a class—should you continue to support him/her?

These are just a few of the nagging questions parents have when their child goes off to college. In Money magazine’s article “Smart Advice for College Parents—From Parents Who’ve Been There,” parents offer their tried-and-true wisdom about how to help children make the most of their four years and what you should and shouldn’t do financially to support them.

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Tags:  College Advice, College Debt, College Financing, Financial Planning, Financing College, Life After College, Parents of College Students, Paying for College, Preparing for College

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