The cost of earning a college degree has become a very expensive proposition. And for many, a bachelor's degree is not enough.
But all this schooling comes at a cost and maybe some regrets. While many parents are often willing to help their children pay for college, at some point, the well runs dry, forcing students to take out loans to pay for their degree(s).
Once Mom & Dad stop helping with costs, the financial pressure can mount as loan payments and real-world costs loom. While some believe that college is the only choice for high school graduates, it's not. Now is the time to start "adulting". It's time to be honest with yourself and make decisions about what is best for you and your future.
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Benjamin Knight, Kathleen Carpenter, CFP® and Diane Knight, CFP® are Registered Representatives with and Securities offered through LPL Financial, Member FINRA/SIPC.
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