In-person shopping gives consumers ‘level of intentionality’ to avoid impulsivity: Financial planner

In-person shopping gives consumers ‘level of intentionality’ to avoid impulsivity: financial planner

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Wells Fargo Head of Advice and Planning Michael Liersch joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the approaching holiday shopping season and shares tips for how to navigate through Black Friday.

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