2. Value Based Buying products on sale – 11 Things Poor People Do That the Rich Avoid

In my career, I started with is low-income properties such as apartment complexes. One of the things that I noticed is that some of them would go to the convenience store like it was a grocery store that charges more.

With that, I’ve always been a value-based buyer. I look at the cost and number of pennies per ounce and things like that. It’s not about not being able to afford it, but I like to keep the money I can keep.


September 25, 2020, By Lou Brown