I NEVER THOUGHT I COULD AFFORD INVISALIGN, BUT A SIMPLE SAVINGS STRATEGY HELPED ME SOCK AWAY NEARLY $5,000 IN 7 MONTHS

dardespot/Getty Images I've watched my teeth shift out of alignment over the past five years and considered Invisalign, but the price tag was just too high at around $5,000. When I moved in with my boyfriend, though, I was paying substantially less to share an apartment — $630 less. So instead of letting myself spend that money, I set up automatic transfers to a high-yield savings account and was able to afford Invisalign in just seven...

BusinessInsider (Date:01/24/2020 21:25) Read full article >>

Related News about "I never thought I could afford Invisalign, but a simple savings strategy helped me sock away nearly $5,000 in 7 months" news from other sites: (news similarity rate is shown on left.)

23%
Starbucks extends 'force for good' strategy via community store in Jakarta Starbucks has opened a community store in Jakarta, which it hopes will bring its 'force for good' strategy to Indonesia for the first time. The Starbucks Community Store model is a profit-sharing caf.. Thedrum.com >>
16%
Simple urine test could improve early detection of bladder cancer – study Bladder cancer mutations can be detected in urine up to 10 years before clinically diagnosing the disease... panarmenian.net >>
18%
Missing Games Helped Me Do This, Leeds United Star Admits Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phillips believes his three-match suspension gave him a chance to regenerate... InsideFutbol.com >>
16%
News24.com | Trump ally Stone gets 40 months' prison amid presidential meddling row Donald Trump's long-time ally Roger Stone has been sentenced to 40 months in prison for impeding a congressional investigation... news24.com >>
20%
Running stories: How running helped me fight anxiety and bulimia Jess has anxiety and has previously had depression and bulimia, but says running has given her a new energy... BBC News >>
Apple PhotoApple:
- Apple Videos
Business: A business is an organization involved in the trade of goods, services, or both to consumers. Businesses are predominant in capitalist economies, where most of them are privately owned and administered to provide service to customers for profit. Businesses may also be not-for-profit or state-owned.