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Today on Talk Credit Radio: Friday, May 27, 2011

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Strategies for Making College Affordable
It’s graduation season for many high school students and with graduation comes a combination of excitement and anxiety as many graduates—and their parents—worry about how to pay for college. College financing expert Lynn O’Shaugnessy will be joining Talk Credit Radio this week to reveal her strategies for making college affordable. A popular journalist, author and blogger at TheCollegeSolution.com, Lynn will share advice from her book and popular columns, including the best and worst paying college degrees (and surprises!), as well as how to attend a good college and not graduate with a degree in debt management. She’ll even explain where professors send their kids to college— and why.

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Listen to Talk Credit Radio live every week on WTMY 1280 in Sarasota Florida between 3-4 pm Eastern time/ 12 – 1 pm Pacific Time. Episodes are also archived at Credit.com and on iTunes.

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