college tuitition was Re: Children of the 21st century

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      We are considered a low income family. My oldest
      daughter is 10 and I would like to make sure she can afford to go to
      college. I think my finances would be so much better if I had stayed in
      college instead of marrying Mr. Wrong. Are their programs for low income
      families to secure tuition? Can you give me a link to the plan you
      are using so I can read about it? I have three girls, and the thought of
      them not being able to afford to go to college is something I hope to
      avoid.
      I will do a search for college tuition programs, but I
      thought maybe someone could give me additional information.

      Thanks!

      Melissa in OK

      10.0pt;font-family:Georgia;”>I think if we’d given the kids everything they wanted,
      like some

      families do, we wouldn’t have their college savings set aside–which

      we do! We used one of those state programs for buying credits at

      today’s prices, regardless of what the credits might actually cost in

      the future when the kids use them. Our oldest is a junior in college

      and we have barely had to scratch the surface of that tuition savings

      plan yet. And this on my part-time income and my husband’s civil

      service income!
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