HOW TO PAY FOR COLLEGE | MINIMIZE DEBT
Hey guys! I wanted to come on and make this video because I have gotten a few questions about it and felt like it was an important topic to talk about. Not everyone has a back up savings, trust fund or college fund for going to school…I certainly didn’t! But a good education is one of the surest ways to position yourself for success, and everyone deserves a shot. That is why it might be in your best interests to think about having college savings so you have a little bit of money to get you started on your new adventure. And this is why some parents create a college fund for their children, so when it comes to applying for college or even attending, they will be financially secure. Of course you’d want your kids to be financially secure, even if the unfortunate events happen which meant that you were no longer here. No wonder why some parents look into the idea of life insurance. I won’t be touching on this as much, but if you want to find out more, why not check out sites like www.moneyexpert.com. Doing things like this will definitely benefit you and your family in the long run. It’s just a shame not everyone thinks this way. So I decided to put together this guide—”HOW TO PAY FOR COLLEGE”—to shed light on some of the ways that you can reduce the financial burden of a higher education, and graduate with little to no student loans! A lot of the tips in the videos are things I actually did, and the rest are things that I wish I had done had I known better. I hope this guide helps, and please let me know if you would like to see more videos with regard to education! Enjoy 🙂
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