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November 20, 2018 - Great articles from the web on money and your life.

Return the favour

Return the favour

Companies are your friend (or so they claim). That’s why they sometimes do you a favour or give you a nice perk. But some people feel this means they need to reciprocate, by buying something or tipping someone. And the bigger the favour, the more you might end up spending.

Max profits

Max profits

Hunting for the cheapest flight takes close monitoring of prices. Airlines often change prices based on factors like time of day, location and availability. Sometimes this means you could get lucky and find a cheaper flight, but other times you might be paying more than others.

Costly comparisons

Costly comparisons

When there’s a sale on, our decision to buy is strongly influenced by the change in price. We tend to look at sales as saving instead of spending. That’s because we can’t help but compare the prices rather than looking at the absolute cost itself.

Jessica Exton
Jessica Exton

Behavioural scientist at ING
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