I know I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, but it’s the biggest thing I learned about my child’s future in high school.
What if I told you that a lot of your money could be spent on education instead of on buying clothes or shoes?
We spent more money buying our own clothes in high schools than we did in college, according to a report by the nonprofit research group the Center for Responsive Politics.
So, if you are considering getting a new set of clothes or even getting a second set, the first thing you should do is learn how much you can spend on education.
We found that $4,000 in education is enough to pay for the basics, such as tuition, books, and room and board, while you can save $15,000 or more if you study the basics and work with your parents to figure out what they need.
It doesn’t get more affordable than that.
Here are some of the best places to spend your money.