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IN THIS ISSUE: Seven Simple Steps to Help Pay for College, Inexpensive Education Alternatives, How Creditors Decide Whether to Accept Proposals, and More...

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8TaxWriteOffs2b Simple Strategies to Help Pay for College

It�s often said that a college degree is one of the best investments you can ever make. But for many prospective students, the rising costs of higher education are a daunting prospect. According to the College Board, the average annual cost of tuition and fees at a four-year private college exceeds $25,000, and prices are only expected to increase in the years to come. Luckily, there are strategies you can follow to embark on your educational journey without breaking the bank. Follow these seven simple tips to get started. 

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Quick TipQuick Tip: Consider Community College

If you're concerned about the high costs of a four-year college, you may want to attend a community college for the first two years, then transfer to a four-year school. Chances are, you'll save thousands on tuition and wind up with the same degree. What's more, community college can be a great option if you're juggling school and work, since many offer a wide array of night classes. For more information on the benefits of community college, check out this article from the College Board.

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