Have you ever realized how much things cost compared to other things. For example, the price of a gallon of gasoline is about equal to the price of a gallon of milk (depending on the season of course). Now, we don’t often hear on the news when the price of milk goes up but we often hear about gasoline whether the price goes up or down. It’s that important to us (although many of us do like a nice cold glass of milk). Prices matter and we are keenly aware of this at HBAS. That’s why we try to keep our fees as reasonable as possible. “Reasonable” of course means something different to different people and we can’t always convince everyone of what a great deal we feel we offer at HBAS. But I’d like to just make this one comparison to put our class fees into perspective. When you calculate the fee to each student per hour of instruction the fee comes out to be about $3.00 per hour. That’s right, for $3.00 per hour you get an experienced instructor, a nice classroom setting, and quality instruction in the topic of your choice. That’s about the price of a flavored cup of coffee at a coffee shop. With all due respect for coffee, I think we’re the better deal.