Which Purchases Are Worth the Splurge?

Sometimes spending a little more on quality ultimately saves you money by saving you time, improving your health or just making you happier. The trick is being able to discern which purchases make sense for you personally.

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Boats, name-brand clothing, iPhones — the list of luxury products available to consumers is endless. But which ones are worth their salt? Where will consumers' money be most content before it’s tired and begging for something new?

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Andrew Rosen, CFP®, CEP
President, Partner and Financial Adviser, Diversified, LLC

In March 2010, Andrew Rosen joined Diversified, bringing with him nine years of financial industry experience.  As a financial planner, Andrew forges lifelong relationships with clients, coaching them through all stages of life. He has obtained his Series 6, 7 and 63, along with property/casualty and health/life insurance licenses.