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As a proud budgeteer, I’ll be the first to admit that I say “no” more often than I say “yes” when it comes to budget decisions. But sometimes, you need (or want) to flex your budget to make room for various purchases. So, how do you figure out the best option? It’s easy to look at the bottom line and make a decision from there, but it’s more important to make a decision based on what’s the best value, rather than the best price. IN THIS WEEK’S EPISODE * Why cheaper isn’t always better * How to determine the value of a possible purchase * How to calculate cost-per-use * My favorite budgeting tool * How we used cost-per-use on a lawnmower TRANSCRIPT Price is What You Pay, Value is What You Get For those of you following along, you know I have a reputation as a cheapskate. I say “no” to spending more often than I say “yes.” I’m known to be a stickler when it comes to the budget, which means that discretionary spending gets extra scrutiny. When you’ve got a budget laid out, and you’re looking to add new items…