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Tuition tales: The family conversation

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The middle school years are a perfect time to engage in family conversations about preparing for college. Be sure to include your children and outline roles and expectations. Hear this family’s story about how they actively talk about their dreams, plans, and college savings strategy for both of their boys. Use this checklist to help jump start your family discussions today.

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