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© South-Western Educational Publishing Chapter 20 Personal Decision Making Making Better Decisions Spending Habits
GOALS © South-Western Educational Publishing Lesson 20.1 Making Better Decisions
© South-Western Educational Publishing The Decision-Making Process Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Step 4: Step 5: Step 6:
© South-Western Educational Publishing Economic Wants and Needs Basic needs Individual wants Collective values
© South-Western Educational Publishing Individual Wants
© South-Western Educational Publishing Collective Values
GOALS © South-Western Educational Publishing Lesson 20.2 Spending Habits
© South-Western Educational Publishing Factors that Influence Spending Personal Factors Outside Factors
© South-Western Educational Publishing Planning Major Purchases Questions to ask before making a purchase Why do I need or want this product? How long will this product last? What substitutes are available and at what cost? By postponing this purchase, is it likely that I will choose not to buy it later? What types of additional costs are involved? For what other purposes might I use the money spent on or committed for this purchase? What is the total cost of this product?
© South-Western Educational Publishing Marketing Strategies that Influence Spending
© South-Western Educational Publishing Advertising Product advertising Company advertising Industry advertising
© South-Western Educational Publishing Promotional Techniques
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