By Mike Welch, SCLA Writer
Impulse buying is an increasingly common phenomenon. In fact, 84% of all shoppers say they have made impulse purchases. There’s nothing wrong with buying a few items on impulse every now and then, but it can be a problem if it turns into a habit. Even small but regular purchases will start to add up, and it’s easy to find yourself making a huge dent in your finances by buying things you don’t really need.
So, what are some ways to control impulsive buying habits? If you’re looking to reign in your spending, check out the following list for some actions you can take right now.