I got an email over the weekend from a dad named Dan, who is darn proud of himself for making his children pay for their own college education. In fact, he should be worried that the federal government will discover what his family is doing to get taxpayers to underwrite his children’s college degrees.
Dan was reacting to a post on my college blog that discussed the plight of students whose parents refuse to pay for college even if they can afford to help.
He had them work for one year after high school, live at a different address and then apply as independent students.
Here is what Dan wrote about his strategy: It’s not difficult or impossible for an 18 year old to be declared an independent as Lynn O’Shaughnessy, the author of that ridiculous article, has indicated.
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Dan then goes on to say that two of his children are in college right now and they successfully claimed independent status.
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The post mentioned parents who made 0,000, but who had saved just ,000 for college so their twins were going to have to pick up the rest of the cost. The youngsters today expect everything and cry if they don’t get it.
Here is that post: I don’t know how much Dan makes, but he believes his kids — he’s got seven!! I expect my children to pay for their own college just like I did.