Christmas is a time of spending, when wants often overshadow needs. As a reminder of continuing human service needs, we compared the prices of items from the holiday classic The Twelve Days of Christmas (as estimated by PNC Wealth Management) with the cost of various human services. For instance, the $6,300 it would cost to buy “7 Swans-a-Swimming” could be used to house two people for a year! We hope this provides some perspective as we search for last-minute holiday deals. It turns out that human services are a steal!
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