It's easy to think of negotiating as a confrontation, but thinking of it as "joint problem solving" may yield better results. This is also called Principled Negotiation, and it involves four main factors.
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The bandwagon effect is the tendency to believe a decision is good for us just because it's a decision everyone else makes. When it comes to money, it's easy to jump on the bandwagon effect, especially when it comes to buying a car.
If you're looking for a raise, or looking for a new job and dread the question "So how much are you looking to make?", you're walking into a minefield that could either result in you making a good, fair wage, or getting underpaid from the start. Here are some things to avoid when it's time to talk turkey.
If you're going to buy a car, be prepared to haggle. And some strategies work better than others. In a recent survey, Consumer Reports summarised the negotiation methods that work best for getting a better deal on a used car