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Retirement, debt and the true cost of a university education

According to a poll commissioned by CIBC (Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, one of Canada’s 5 largest banks) and released on August 22nd, 2013, parents may have to work for an additional five years to help their children pay off their university loans. This as the cost of a university education continues to rise in lockstep with the debt load graduates are and will be carrying.

Value for money and student debt now figure more prominently in deliberations over post-secondary education than at any time in the recent past. It’s why we conceived Personal Due Diligence.

For more information, please review the posts you’ll find here. Then call or write to us.

Sincerely,

Neil Morris
Personal Due Diligence Project

http://personalduediligence.com
info@personalduediligence.ca

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