Mark Dolliver's Takes: Mixed Blessings

If the word “luxury” brings to mind a money-is-no-object attitude, think again. A study focused on people with household income over $100,000 finds them keen for bargains, even when buying the unnecessities of life. Conducted by Unity Marketing, the study identified the luxury product categories in which affluent consumers are likeliest to make purchases.

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