Tuition financing 101

Williams, Gordon
September 1995
FW;9/26/95, Vol. 164 Issue 20, p69
Relates that everything one has heard about the high cost of college is true and that one must plan ahead to survive. Suggestions such as saving early and often and emphasizing investing in growth stocks and growth funds; The college cost price index (CCPI); Borrowing money.


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