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It will be very interesting to see what happens to our expected family contribution to college payments when we quit our day jobs, and focus on having fun
I suspect they will just expect them or you to take loans to make up the difference. I guess you will see when you get there. Hopefully they will get merit-based scholarships and the point will be moot.

Me, I am very happy my parents paid for my schooling and didn't leave me with debt. It gave me more choices in life.
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