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Paying for College

Posted Tuesday, October 29, 2013

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Paying for College We all know college is expensive. The total cost for a four year degree by 2030 is estimated to be more than $200,000. It's the second biggest investment most families will make beside a house. How do you pay for it? Should you dip into your retirement fund? Should you start setting money aside from the day their born? We'll talk about 529 plans and why you should leave your retirement fund alone.




Kevin H. Myeroff, CEO and President of NCA Financial Planners
Fran Stewart Mook, author of “Making College Pay”
Stephen Talbott, Author, “How Much Should I Borrow for College?”

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