Nery has a quick question about college tuition. Not for him or his wife but his children. They have two kids and are saving for a college fund, but he is worried he may be handing his kids this money versus them earning it. Nery is worried it may spoil his kids if they have it paid for versus earning it themselves.
Dave has spoken on this topic a lot, but recently the questions have been pouring in. Should I pay for my kid’s college tuition? Dave believes it all starts with a conversation on money. It is never too early to start, but Dave does recommend after high school.
There is a difference between tuition and inheritance, however. Helping fund your child’s passion and dreams is just that instead of just giving them money. Some schools don’t always have scholarships to specific programs. However, nothing says they can’t still work while in school to learn the value of a hard-earned dollar. The goal to keep in mind is to be upfront and honest with your children, so they understand. Never feel lost because you are not the only one who is asking: Should I Pay for my Kid’s College Tuition
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