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By Russ Morgan & Joey Muré



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BYOB Book Review Part 16 | The Value of Going to College

• 43 min

Why do people go to college? Is it worth it? While people may debate the value of a college education in today’s economy, many believe that a college education is a crucial investment that can transform one’s life in countless ways. In this episode, Russ and Joey discuss the cost of getting a college education and the earning potential of a college graduate vs. the future of someone who did not go to college but got a different education to serve them for life.  If you are a parent preparing to send your child to college, tune in to help you decide if this is what you really want for your child and what option you have to get your child ready for the real world. In response to the requests to bring back the BYOB series, Russ and Joey continue their book review, and today, they discuss the value of going to college.  This episode is Part 16 of an 18-Part Series.  Top 3 Things You’ll Learn: Is getting a college degree worth it?What is the alternative to going to college?The benefit of learning from mentors and putting your money in an insurance policy About R. Nelson Nash: R. Nelson Nash (1931 - 2019) wrote the book Becoming Your Own Banker that unfolded The Infinite Banking Concept (IBC). He came up with the idea of IBC in the early 1980s when he was struggling with high interest rates on commercial bank loans. Today, many people continue to benefit from using IBC as a tool to achieve financial freedom.  Free Financial Strategy Call: Becoming Your Own Banker by R. Nelson Nash: The Infinite Banking Concept Explained by a CFP: IBC Example: True Cost of Paying Cash vs. Using a Whole Life Policy: Join the Community: Turn Active Income Into Passive Income:  Take the Financial Freedom Analyzer: Discover Your Path to Financial Freedom: Apply to Join the Passive Income Mastermind: —

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