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Get Financially Fit! | Save Time or Money?

Posted: April 13, 2016

In today's society, time has become a rare commodity. It seems we are often looking for ways to free up our time such as convenience foods, online shopping, etc. But saving time can come with a hefty price tag! Hitha Herzog, Chief Research Officer of H Squared Research, lecturer at Parsons School of Design and author of “Black Market Billions,” shares with us the 5 Traps Consumers Fall Into When Trying to Save Time.
Time. These days it's a commodity more precious than gold. Most of us could use more of it, and find that when an extra hour or two does come our way, it's devoured like a crave-worthy dessert.

Retailers have devised ways to "help us out" by providing shortcuts to shopping, cooking and bill-paying. The problem is, these shortcuts end up costing big bucks. To help suss out what drains your wallet faster than you can say "please charge that," here are five money wasting habits consumers get duped by, while trying to save time:
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