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November 09, 2005


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Those are some great ways to save for college. I am at college now, and I am looking at financial ways of paying back my student loan and planning for my kids university.

At a website called free finance tips [], they have loads of great free financial help there.

I hope that is useful for you, it has been for me and my approach to post university life.

I'm a huge fan of having a taxable account for college. That's what my parents did for me, and it was really nice because they gave me ownership of the account as soon as I started babysitting at 12 years old. That way, if I decided I didn't want to go to college, I could still use it for a downpayment on a house or something. As it is, neither my husband nor I are using our college education (saleswoman and mechanic), so I'd like to keep the option open for our children to use it for other puposes, just in case.

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