There’s a less expensive way, and then there’s the way that works for you. The two may not be the same. Read on.
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Concierge medicine lets you see the doc when you want to in exchange for a regular, ongoing fee. Here’s how to figure out if the costs make sense for you.
Braces can be costly and painful, but the payoff comes in oral health and confidence. And there are ways to take a bite out of the orthodontist’s bill.
Classes start soon, so time for a pop quiz: Is your student properly insured? Here’s a cheat sheet.
Getting the nutrients you need does not mean paying more — not even when it comes to buying vitamins — but it does mean paying attention.
Have a hard time letting go of stuff you own? Renting storage space may be necessary, but many spend thousands to keep stuff they don’t really care about.
Don’t let the sticker price of college scare you away from getting your degree. Few students pay the asking price. Here’s how to reduce your net cost.