How Much Will You Spend This Year On Technology?

September 11th, 2013

BY STEPHEN JUDD

According to a recent poll conducted in New York City, 25% will spend less than $200.00 on technology this year, 22% will spend $201 to $500, 22% will spend $501 to $1,000, and 31% will spend more than $1,000.

– 50% of Americans have increased their technology budget in 2013.

– $8 billion was spent on smartphone apps in 2012, up 27% over the previous year.

iPhone– 63% of consumers say the spend more on tech bills than utilities.

– 125 million iPhones were sold last year, up 53% from 2011.

– 23% don’t own a tablet but say they plan to buy one in the next six months.

So, how much will you spend this year on technology?

Something else to think about…

The average American gives about 3.1 percent of his or her income to charity (before taxes). The average household [family] donates $1,620 each year to charity. That’s just three dollars a day, per family—as little as your morning cup of coffee!

Based on the above statistics, one could conclude that the average person in America spends more on technology than they give to charity.

Consider this…

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Stephen Judd | @stephenjudd | @mansionkids

 

 

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