The Moneyist: How can I treat my daughters equally when one college education cost far more?

Dear Moneyist,

I’m racking my brains about how to be fair in giving financial help to our two daughters. We are extremely fortunate in that they are well-adjusted and hardworking with excellent earning potential, but at this point in our relationship, it’s not clear to us how to proceed. Both kids obtained bachelor’s degrees which were fully funded by us.

Daughter No. 1 (aged 32) embarked on a career in the movie industry and, after a few years of menial jobs, landed a good staff position with a well-known company. Two years ago, she and her boyfriend bought a house together and asked for help with the down payment — we gave them $25,000.

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