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September 07, 2006


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I am sorry but it does not cost $185,000 to go to college. A very good education can be had for $10,000/year including books tuition and rom and board at state schools. If you live at home, you are looking at 20k to 25k for a college degree. If we are going to engage in financial planning, lets' get real and quit scaremongering!!!

I think he's using the "retail" price. As we all know, the "real" price is much less. (Just like buying a car.)

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