Why I Think Parents Should Help Fund Their Kids’ College Expenses

Danielle Boler

Danielle Y. Boler is  an Atlanta blogger and The She of She Makes Cents. She Makes Cents is a chic, fun, and sassy money saving site that transforms and inspires ways to use your "cents" to live a fab life while working toward financial freedom.  If you’re interested in saving money on the things that make you you, then this is your one stop shop. The team over here at She Makes Cents presents information and inspiration on topics such as career, fashion, lifestyle, and of course finances for the budget conscious reader.  Not sure how to begin to save money, make a major purchase on your budget, or get out of debt– learn how we did it and follow us on our journey as we, too, strive to accomplish our financial goals.  Follow me on my journey to accomplish my financial goals and more.

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