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Question: My child is in ninth grade. My husband and I really want her to go to the small private school where we met, but I am not sure we can afford it. I know we are late getting started. What is the best way to borrow for college?

Answer: Few things cost more than unexamined assumptions.

It sounds like you do not have the money to send your child to your alma mater. So I must ask … why are you doing this?

First, the college you and your husband attended no longer exists — you left it back in the ’80s or ’90s when you graduated.

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