In a down-sized economy it becomes even more important to guard expenses and conserve, rather than expect more profits or income. Bargain hunting when buying essential business inventories is critical. The same principal is central to home storage. Limited only by shelf life and available storage space, food items that are a regular part of the family diet, when purchased in quantity, not only represent bargain investments, but these items in the home will reduce the frequency and expense of trips to the store. Also, buying case quantities of ten items or less still qualify you to checkout through the express lane. Comparison shopping saves more money than it costs time, and the savings are non-taxable, too.
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