Shop Smart: 10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Making a Purchase
A survey conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International determined that 75 percent of 1000 participants have made an impulse purchase. Of these impulse buyers, 16 percent said that they spent $500 or more and 10 percent spent $1,000 or more. These purchases were triggered by excitement(49 percent), boredom(30 percent), sadness(22 percent), anger(9 percent) or intoxication(9 percent). As reflected by these numbers, impulse purchases can be costly and detrimental! With the help of adorable animals, this infographic is intended to help you make sensible and informed decisions when spending money.
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