This week, I would like to take some time and talk about the importance of factoring in quality when looking for a bargain. As I pointed out in the first installment of this series, the lowest price may not be the best deal. If the price is low, it might be because the manufacturer chose to cut corners or use low grade materials. That adds up to a lower price but it can also mean poor quality. Take for example the pair of ear buds I recently purchased. I bought them from a discount store for a buck.
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