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As someone previously pointed out, that can leave the student with some back-breaking debt when they finally leave school.

Yes, it could. And that can be really stifling.

The only way 1poorkid is going to a hyper-expensive college is if she gets scholarships to do so. I can't do $20K per semester. Wish I could, but I can't. In-state we can handle without any long-term loans. Credit line will be more than adequate. Anything in between I guess we'll just have to see.

1poorguy (just now barely entering into the process)
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