When it comes to matters of personal finance, trying to find the optimal solution can be counterproductive simply because many decisions donâ€™t require extensive research. One of the best examples of this is when comparison shopping for a certain product or service. Typically, a modest survey of three to five samples is all that’s necessary before enough information is available to make an enlightened decision.
The bottom line: Whether you’re choosing a new refrigerator or a 24 hour plumber, trying to make the perfect choice usually results in wasted time and energy. Sometimes “good enough” really is okay.
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