According to most estimates, eCommerce counts for less than 15% of all retail sales, and very few consumers spend their money entirely in one medium or the other. It seems the fact that people can buy everything online doesn’t mean that they will. Nor, more importantly, that you should, especially when it comes to clothing.
Finding the cost of long term commitments upfront should be part of the concision making process when purchasing cars, cell phones, and pets. We often make rushed decisions on these items based on emotional responses to the new features, or the friendliness of the breed of dog, or type of animal. However, with proper research and planning (for all three of these items) you can easily find something for you that fits your lifestyle and budget.
You may remember the story of Jack MacDonald, the modest, quiet coupon-clipper from Seattle who surprised the world when he died by leaving nearly $188 million dollars to various charities. Though he kept it a secret from those who knew him, MacDonald had grown his fortune by shrewdly investing a small inheritance he’d received from his family. While many of us might not be so lucky, here are some more true stories of frugality to inspire you on your path to saving.
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