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Planning for the New College Experience

Planning for the New College Experience

December 01, 2020
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The outbreak of the coronavirus has upended the college experience for students across the country. With most institutions cancelling in-person classes and moving to online instruction, uncertainty about how college will look in Fall of 2021 is weighing on high-school seniors. These concerns extend to the financial futures of families as parents navigate the best way to fund college. In this issue of The Weekly Vision, we discuss what families should consider while planning for college and what the new administration is proposing for the economy. 

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