September 2007PART 9: College fundingNearly two-thirds of American high school students enroll in college, but paying for it is an issue for all. This chapter will offer some smart ways to fund your educationKeys to financing collegeHow to pay for college: the savings routeHow to pay for college: the loan routeTake action: Where to find the moneyMake it a family affairGo to school for free13 financial aid traps25 can't-miss funding tipsSpotlightTamara Draut: Trouble with debt-based aidJoe Hurley: 529 plans make the most senseOn college financing: Celebrities speak outPoll: Where does college rank as a priority?National results: We sacrifice for collegeMoney MakeoverThe problem: Retirement or college?The plan: Prioritize your savingTools & resourcesTools and resources Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7 | Part 8 | Part 9 | Part 10 | Part 11 | Part 12Series 2: Action advertisementRelated Links:Health insurance not qualified 529 expenseVideo: Will 529 affect financial aid?Cashing in savings bonds to fund 529 planRelated Articles:Volunteer for college cash529 prepaid plans at riskPrepaid tuition vs. 529
Nearly two-thirds of American high school students enroll in college, but paying for it is an issue for all. This chapter will offer some smart ways to fund your education
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