Recently, the prices of goods and fuel had shot up so high. With the same amount of money spent previously would not even be enough to get food for the entire family to last for a week. It is getting tougher and tougher each day and the only thing that has not risen is the salary. Moreover, although the fuel prices has rocketed to all time high and subsequently came down twice, it did not help much in saving more. In fact with that little amount saved, it won’t even be enough for a week’s food supplies.
Some food sellers are real smart. They did not increase their pricing at all but the portion served gets lesser and lesser each day. As a result, consumers would have to order more to fill up their tummies. At the end of the day, don’t you think that the consumer would have doubled their expenditure? Now who is to be blamed for the problem? Do you think it’s the economy factor, the suppliers’ factor or the food sellers’ part?
By the way, something else has increased other than the fuel. Auto insurance! I have just received my car’s insurance renewal notice and the charges had jumped up by 30%. I was shocked at the increase as it has nothing to do with consumable products. I have to review the company again. It’s time for me to compare auto insurance quotes from the rest of the agencies out there. A dollar saved a day will surely helped in many ways.I'm thirsty for a drink now. Would you be kind enough to treat me?