Before the Purchase
Purchases need evaluation from many angles rather than just price. . The price is not enough to consider before purchasing. By answering a few questions, we can evaluate the true value of the purchase.
What is the Price?
You must know the true cost of the item. Frequently, additional costs remain hidden until purchase . The item might require added equipment that needs purchasing. Frequently there are other hidden costs. Without all the information, we cannot evaluate whether it is value priced.
Do I need it?
There are many things that we want but do not need. The pleasure we can get from the item may add something to our lives, which might not actually be a need but offer comfort. If the comfort offered reaches to a level that, it minimizes stress than it can warrant consideration as a need.
Many a times there is a purchase that we would like to make because it would make something we do rarely more enjoyable, but we examine the amount of use and fail to purchase. These items make good gifts. Items that will give enjoyment on those rare occasions tell a person that they matter all the time.
A book that woman are readings is called the “Necklace”. The woman pool their funds to purchase a necklace and than share the wearing. In the past people would pool their resources. One might own one item and another something else and when each other needed to do something, they would collect all the items and help each other.A young woman waited until her husband borrowed a tool three times before she bought the item for a gift. Can we gain access to the item some other way?
What the time need to buy?
The greatest examination of the value of something is how long it takes us to earn the funds. Through the comparison, we can determine whether there exists a balance in enjoyment or need and time factor.
When will depreciation result?
We might want to examine at what point the item will have earned its value. This is similar to the question asked earlier about whether you would use the item enough. A young woman evaluated a clothing item with how many times she might wear the item and subtracted a dollar for each wearing. In wardrobe building woman want to buy items that are classics that do not go out of style the season after purchasing. The exemption might be an item worn many times during a season that it earns depreciated during the season.
Price fails to be the sole factor in purchase decision; we examine need, want and price.