How can you pay for your child’s private school?
Many parents are committed to sending their children to private elementary or secondary school. Yet paying private school tuition can present a compelling cash flow problem. The reason is that, unlike with college or graduate school, there are fewer outside options to reduce your out-of-pocket expenses. For example, financial aid is practically nonexistent at this level of schooling, and parents are less likely to send their young children to distant schools with lower costs.
So, unless the private school you are considering offers some type of financial assistance, the only way to pay for your child’s private school tuition is out of your own pocket. Following is a list of important options; you may implement one or several of the options.

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