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College Saving Funds

M.T. asks from Minneapolis

Hi, not that just saving for retirement is hard enough, I realize that we need to start saving for my son's college (he's 14 months now). How do you save for your chi...


Help in Paying for College for My Daughter..

L.C. asks from Dallas

She wants to start college in the Fall 2008 and is wanting to Major in Veterinarian and Culinary. I live paycheck by paycheck. Is there any help out there for her? I r...


Guidance on Getting Back in College

B.H. asks from Dallas

I went to college the spring of 2001 after I graduated in 2000, but unfortunately because I had just had a baby the fall of 2000 and was working full-time I dropped ou...


Paying for Child's College Tuition?

M.H. asks from Raleigh

Another question on here (about size of family) got me thinking about what the "norm" is for college and children paying these days? I know that every family handles i...


Need Advice on Preparing for College

D.H. asks from Dallas

Hi Moms and Teachers. I need some advice on preparing for College for my Nephew. He is finishing 9th grade. He takes all AP classes and make all A's. What should he b...


Bad College Choice by Daughter

M.C. asks from Detroit

My daughter is 18. She has lived with her dad for the past 7 years. She wanted to live with him, so I turned over custody. I have had very little to do with my daug...


Getting Ready for College. When to Start?

M.M. asks from Chicago

I'd like to ask parents of kids who are already in college when do you recommend to start the whole college research? When do you start looking at the colleges, progra...


Have You Started a College Fund for Your Children?

L.A. asks from Austin

Have you all started a college fund for your child/children? Here in Texas it is time to enroll in the Prepaid collee Tuition fund. The cut off date is Feb,. 1st. ...


College Tuition: Whose Responsibility Is It?

A.B. asks from Pittsburgh

I have thoughts on pros and cons of both sides to this, but I'm very curious as to what your thoughts are. * Provided college is the right choice for your child, th...


Son and College Plans Are Scaring Me!

L.J. asks from Birmingham

Our son is a 17 yr. old rising high school senior and is so very talented and smart (all honors and AP classes). Tonight he dropped a bomb shell on me just at the tim...