I would not take out a loan for the continuing education of a child.
Education comes with a price and not all families are entitled to one. We
still live in a class structure world. Some people can afford privileges
and other cannot. It's always been that way. I don't see how you can
afford to take on debt for this purpose. If you do, good luck getting out
of debt and you'll worry about those bills every night. What kind of life
is that? No one ever said it your duty to provide college for your
children; at least I've not heart about it.

My two cents which is about all I kind spare this months. :-) 

Paul O

On Sun, 27 Jul 2003 14:26:30 -0800 "John W. Redelfs"
> Years ago the home teachers were asked to distribute a pamphlet from 
> the 
> Church called "One for the Money" taken from a General Conference 
> talk by 
> Marvin J. Ashton in a Welfare session.  It is the closet thing I 
> know to 
> official Church counsel on money.   In it he said:
> "Avoid finance charges except for HOMES, EDUCATION, AND OTHER VITAL 
> INVESTMENTS. Buy consumer durables with cash. Avoid installment 
> credit and 
> be careful with your use of credit cards."
> The whole talk may be read on the Church website at
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