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Should Parents Help Their Children Pay for Graduate School?

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Graduate school can open up new opportunities for your ambitious student.

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Many parents view their child's college graduation as their proudest moment. In a way, that moment where your daughter or son steps up to the podium and grasps her hard-earned diploma is a symbolic moment -- a moment that says to us, "Hey, we did our jobs as parents, and we did them

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