Purchases as Trade-Offs

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Be clear about how you think of money and how you spend it. Money doesn’t buy happiness, but it can certainly make you comfortable.

Let’s consider the time it takes you to earn money. Let’s say you earn $15 an hour at your job, and you’re considering purchasing a TV for $500. You may calculate that it may take you about 35 hours, or about 5 days, to earn that money. You might think its worth it. However, this is not an accurate value estimate of your time spent earning the money.  You may actually spend about 50 hours or 8.5 full days earning the net income required to make the purchase. It still may be worth it, but consider there may be competing demands for that money, such as rent, mortgage and car payments, not to mention your retirement fund. Each purchase represents a trade-off so make money decisions wisely.

Think and do activities that demonstrate your freedom.

In Black Jesus’ Name and for His Fame, May I AM THAT I AM GOD prosper you.

Purchases as Trade-Offs