Understanding the costs of pregnancy and planning ahead can help you make more informed decisions — and save money in the long run. Here are seven ways to cut costs when you’re expecting.
Know your benefits.
If you have insurance, now’s the time to become an expert in your plan benefits.
To get started, ask your plan administrator these questions:
We get this question from expecting parents all the time. What’s the average cost of having a baby, and how much can I expect to pay? The answer: it depends.
Factors include where you live, whether or not you have insurance and the details of your plan, and what type of birth you have. Let’s break it down.