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The upside to not saving for your child's college education

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If you’re doing everything you can to save for your children’s college education, chances are it’s because you think that will give your kids the best start in life.

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Here’s a radical thought: Maybe the best thing you can do for your kids is ask them to pay at least some of their own way.

New research from the School of Family Life at Brigham Young University finds that kids whose parents are footing the entire college bill, including tuition, books, housing and recreation money, were most likely to be partying and possibly floundering.

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