Jamie Golombek offers tips on keeping assets together or separately, tax filing and sharing credit cards
Jamie Golombek offers tips on how parents can finance their children's post-secondary education
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Preparing to send your child to college or university is a big step in both your lives, especially if this is your first foray. While your child is eligible to apply for student loans, grants, scholarships and more, he or she may still need your help with rising tuition costs.
If you’re preparing for a child’s post-secondary education, a graduate program, or about to pursue a professional designation, you’ve probably realized that you may need a loan to cover the associated costs.
The average cost of post-secondary education in Canada can top $80,000, making financing a reality for most students. If you’re unsure of where to start, use this guide to student loans and learn how to apply for federal, provincial and private loans.
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