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Investments that Colleges Don't Count Against You.

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My wife and I are self-employed and make a modest combined income of $60-$70 K. We have been able to secure a good college financial package for our daughter based on this income. However since we have little debt and live modestly, we often have $25-$50K in our checking account depending on the time of year. We max out our Roth and SEP each year. I would like to invest more of this money, but I am concerned that colleges would factor in this non-Roth and SEP money when the calculate our financial package. True?

Any advice on how to navigate this situation would be appreciated.
Date: Aug 18, 2017   


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