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Free talk on how to finance college

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Financial planner Peter Hoffman presents a free talk on “Planning for the Costs of Higher Education” Monday at 7 p.m. in the Bedford Free Public Library, 7 Mudge Way. The program will cover numerous aspects of planning for the costs of college so that families can avoid emptying their retirement funds or burdening their children with future debt. For more information on the program, call 781-275-9440 or go to www.bedfordlibrary.net.

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