6 Ways To Fund A College Education

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According to FinAid.org, the average cost of earning a bachelor's degree is increasing at a rate of 5-8% per year, making a college education quite expensive. The following tips are designed to dissuade you from skipping college because you think you can't afford it, and to show you some strategies for making higher education expenses fit into your budget.
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