Christine, now 32, never suspected that her parents would have trouble bankrolling her college tuition. They'd immigrated from South Korea to New York in the late 1960s and launched a printing company with the help of family and friends. Giddy about the company's rapid rise, they bought a house on a quarter-acre lot in Westchester, not far from where Bill and Hillary Clinton now live. They leased a Mercedes and a BMW and spent lavishly on their children, who were expected to go out into the American economy as... More >>>
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Jeffrey Rosales: "My parents are shocked that I'm not making six figures."