INTERVIEW ON THE PRICE OF BUSINESS SHOW, MEDIA PARTNER OF THIS SITE.
Recently Kevin Price, Host of the nationally syndicated Price of Business Show, welcomed David Lewis to provide another commentary in a series.
Discounts, rebates, special sales. Everyone loves a great deal, right? But is there such a thing as a deal that’s “too good”? We’ve all heard of deals that are “too good to be true”. But what about deals that are just really, really good? These “really good” deals can cost you a lot of money later on.
Most people don’t realize it until it’s too late. Even when you think you’re getting the deal of a lifetime, there are forces conspiring against you behind your back. And then, all the sudden, you hit a string of bad luck. Was it really bad luck, or was it a good deal gone south?
In today’s commentary, I discuss why you should be very cautious about “great deals”. And, if you appear to be getting one over on a salesman, you should be very skeptical of the deal.
David has been a licensed life insurance agent since 2004. In addition to life insurance design and sales, he has also helped develop educational and marketing content for large financial firms like Allstate, New York Life, State Farm, AmTrust, and J.G. Wentworth. His articles and essays on life insurance and Human Life Value are currently taught at California State University (CSU) as part of its Expository Writing and Reading Course, and his articles on budgeting, life insurance, investing, and financial planning have been featured in online publications like ThinkAdvisor, The Huffington Post, NuWire Investor, and RealClearMarkets. David is also the author of several short eBooks on budgeting and saving money, and the designer of the xFlow™ budgeting app and the xCalc™ suite of financial calculators.
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