|Dimensions||6.5 x 9.25|
|Series||Practical Economics for Teens|
|Subject||Consumer Education, Consumer Goods, Service Industries, Teenage Consumers|
A Teen Guide to Buying Goods and Services
Many young people are surprised to learn that they play a big part in consumerism, the buying of goods and services. But the truth is that teens are among the most important consumers in the world today. Whether you have a part-time job or you get an allowance from your parents, all sorts of companies want you to spend your hard-earned cash on their products. How do you know which purchases are the smartest choices? What if you make a bad consumer decision? This book explains the ins and outs of goods and services, so you can feel good about the purchases you make—and save your money when a purchase isn t necessary.