Especially interested in the last sentence.
TORONTO – Want to purchase a new coffee maker this holiday season or tickets to a sports game but you’re not sure if it’s worth it?
Experts say[tweetable text=”Would pricing items in terms of hours worked change how you shop?”] pricing an item in terms of how many hours of work it would take you to pay for it could be a useful tool[/tweetable] for those who are looking to become more mindful in their spending.
“This can help remind individuals that every dollar they spend is representative of the hard work that they put in to create that dollar,” said financial and estate planning expert Julia Chang. “This can be particularly helpful for those who do a great deal of online shopping, and may be particularly useful for the rising generation of digital natives who rarely use physical money.”
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