You’re already in college.
You’ve already paid off your student loans.
You’re probably still making good money.
But there are a lot of questions you don’t know about how much you should invest in college, or whether it’s a good idea to get into it at all.
Here are some answers.
First, the numbers: College is expensive.
It’s expensive to attend, it’s expensive for you to go, and it’s even more expensive to get out of it.
You may have to pay a bit more for some classes, but the cost is the same for most students, and if you take a traditional financial aid package, you can save a lot.
And, of course, there’s no guarantee you’ll make a profit, because the college’s finances aren’t completely transparent.
What you need to know: You can save money by going to college with your parents.
If you’re under 30, the average annual tuition and fees at public four-year colleges is $30,933.
If your parents pay you all the money, you’re likely to save more.
But if you’re older, or even if you have some student debt, the amount you can borrow can be a little bit more expensive.
And you may not be able to save enough to pay off your loans without major help.
You also might not have much to do with your school’s finances.
According to the American Council on Education, “schools rely on taxpayer subsidies to cover some of their operating costs.”
But students who take out loans can’t borrow the money to go to college.
They’re responsible for paying tuition and expenses, but their school’s budget doesn’t have to be as big as a traditional college’s.
And because students typically borrow more than they can pay back, they may have trouble keeping up with their student loan payments.
(Some states also have a higher student loan repayment requirement than the federal government, which means you’ll have to repay more to get to that $1,000 loan limit.)
You can also use your savings to pay for college.
College is one of the best investments you can take, but you can also invest in your savings and save more if you like.
And that’s because colleges can offer loans, but they don’t necessarily offer cash grants or other types of financial aid.
What to do if you want to start saving: You don’t need to get your finances in order to start making a good investment in college — you don-t even need to enroll in classes or pay for fees.
If money is tight, you might have to defer or cut back on certain classes or even cancel classes altogether.
And if you don�t have a lot to save, it might be a good time to talk with a financial planner to help you figure out what you can do to save.
But you’ll also want to talk to a financial advisor to help find out how much money you can afford to save and how much your family needs to save to make it worth it.