As with most things, the cost of schooling steadily increases each year. Not only do parents have to worry about paying the school fees, but there are the other costs, such as stationary, textbooks, and uniforms that add up, sometimes costing more than expected. Moneybags journalist, Jessica Wood, has come up with 10 ways to help parents save money on schooling costs this year.
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