Kids & Money

May 27, 2014 5:13 PM

More teens see the need to help save for college

A survey released in late May by the College Savings Foundation found that 82 percent of the high school students interviewed believed they have a responsibility to tap their funds to help pay for college. That’s a significant bump from the 74 percent who responded to that question in 2013.

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