By Dan Danford
We get asked by members of the media periodically to give advice for specific financial situations. One that we've often run across is paying for college. We answered a few questions this week from Geoff Williams, who is a regular contributor to WalletPop.com, an excellent personal financial blog.
I'm happy to be quoted on any financial matter, but especially on paying for higher education. When it comes to higher education, there's a vacuum for solid information. People with children see it as an "eventual" need, and use all the usual avoidance techniques to ignore it. Finally (and much faster than anyone expects), it's upon them. Whoa. The college learning curve is way steep and very brief. This type of post really helps.
Here's a link to it: