Value vs. Cheap {Family Money Minute}

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Value vs. Cheap
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April 9, 2015: Value vs. Cheap

Can you tell the difference between value and cheap? After today’s message you will!

Whether we’re trying to cut back on costs altogether or just be smart with the money we have, it’s natural to search for the best priced item. But there is a time when cheaper doesn’t always mean better…

One item may be much cheaper than another, but if its quality is lacking, you’ll find yourself replacing it much more frequently and therefore, spending more for the cheaper item in the end. The key is to look for the best quality item at its best price.

So next time you go shopping, don’t just look for the cheapest item; instead, examine your options carefully and opt for the best overall value.
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