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There is a “paying for college” board that isn’t too active but usually gets good responses to questions. You should also ask there.

Here is a link for a recent unrelated post;

http://boards.fool.com/Message.asp?mid=27330619

You should also talk to the colleges financial aid office since they can answer some of the questions better.

I’m curious, if you have some stock that you bought 20 years ago that has significant appreciation, could stock be given to your nephew so he could sell it at his lower capital gains tax rate?

If I recall correctly there is a special zero capital gains tax rate for the next two years if you have low enough income.

Greg
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