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How to Set (and Get) the Right Prices by Jay Lipe
... Another bad pricing decision If I drop my price to $15, then will you buy? Here, you signal to a buyer that your list prices are not final. Sensing this, buyers will negotiate harder and the resulting price reductions will cut into your margins. Instead, think about coupling price discounts to the buyer with equivalent reductions in your offering. For example, you could say OK I can lower my price to $15, but Ill have to reduce our warranty period from five years to two. Sure, ...

Nice Guys Finish First by Tom Richard
... "But at our first meeting, you asked for my best prices, and that is what I gave you. Simply put, sir, we're not here to play games. We love what we do and would love the opportunity to serve you." The owner didn't know what to do. Confused and frustrated, he laid out all of the new proposals on his desk and tried to make sense of them. Some had free products in one category and full priced products in another, while others had discounted products across all categories.

Blue Book Used Car Prices by Josh Riverside
... Blue Book used car prices are set by considering several factors such as the cars mileage, its condition, the equipment in the car, the geographic area where the car was driven, and other options on the car. The Blue Book also gives other services such as a payment calculator, ability to compare the cars, free CARFAX record check, free extended warranty quote, as well as financing and insurance advice. Used car Blue Book prices can also be accessed online via the Internet at some sites ...

Forex Tools & Their Use In Successful Trading by Adrian Pablo
... You may be given the option of 'freezing' the quoted price, meaning the price of your transaction is exactly what you see on screen without any slippage. Accept the rate and you have placed your trade. With the use of software tools you can enter a 'stop loss rate' to automatically sell the currency if it falls below a certain rate, avoiding possible losses and giving you peace of mind. But this is not all the automation you can get, you can also enter a 'take profit rate' to automatically ...

How To Choose The Best Web Hosting Provider by Bedrich Omacka
... how they are satisfied with control panel. Learn about any features which web hosts offers like web site builder or pre-installed scripts. In the last step there will be necessary to compare prices. Find out if there is some setup fee. Setup fees usually depend on the billing period (if you sign up for 2 years plan you may pay less then if you order hosting for 1 month). Don't forget to discover how much you will pay for the domain name (some web hosting plans includes free domain name).

How to Select A Hard Drive For Your PC by Peter Dobler
... When pricing hard drives, it is common to see very little price differences between smaller size drives and larger. For instance, the price difference between a 20 gig and a 40 gig may be only twenty dollars. An old rule of thumb among the computing community has always been to buy the largest hard drive that you could possibly afford since everyone loads and uses more software than they initially imagine they will, and since that will put off the need to upgrade the computer the following ...

Motor Home: Three Tips for New Buyers by Eriani Doyel
... in mind, you should shop with some requirements in mind. How many people will be traveling in your RV? Do you want a full entertainment system? Can you live without a washer and dryer? How long will you typically spend in the RV at one time? Where can you get financing? You can find dozens of RV financing sites online which have tools like a financing calculator to help you determine your ideal price range. Dealers also have tools to help you. Where should you go to buy your new or used RV?

The Tax Payer as Gilligan by Kemberly Wardlaw
... The effects of inflation often include redistribution of wealth and income, changes in relative prices, and some saving restrictions for important goals such as retirement. The inflation rate is measured by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) using the Consumer Price Index (CPI). Today, the inflation rate is about 3.5%. So how long should we expect to live on this low inflation island? This is a difficult question to answer considering it is impossible to calculate inflation going out ...

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