Impulse Buying is Predominant

Impulse Buying is Predominant



In our culture, impulse buying is predominant.  In years predating the present easy credit, you would walk into a department store, see an item you would like to purchase, and put a small cash down payment toward it and then pay it off monthly until the item was paid for.  Once paid for, you took it home and began to enjoy it. 


Many today fear that without the newest cars, latest toys and exotic vacations, they are missing the train.  They find out later that by buying these things, they risk being run over by the train; the fast charging, mounting-debt train that’s about to steamroll over their lives.



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Content © Rich Brott, 2011

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