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Frugal Dad will help you start planning now for college costs down the road - the obvious ones as well as the surprise expenses that can pop up on you.
You can do a lot to reduce the financial burden of attending school. Frugal Scholar offers some hints and advice to help you negotiate some of the expenses of going to school or avoid them all together.