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"So would you prefer your kids to have a lot of loans like someone who hasn't saved, or would you prefer they start out without all of that?"

Is it possible to have substantive college savings, but still get the loans upfront, and then just pay them back once the student graduates? Use the loan money up until the point you have to pay interest, then pay it back in full?

Just wondering if the "process" allows it?
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