Because it provides the means to compare prices instantly and complete purchases with a few clicks, the Internet is often touted as a tremendous resource for consumers. But a new poll conducted for MoneyRates.com by Op4G suggests that the Internet may actually be a mixed blessing for consumers who want to save money this holiday season.The poll, which surveyed 2,000 U.S. adults, found that 23 percent now do their holiday shopping primarily online and 31 percent do it primarily in person, while 46 percent split holiday shopping evenly between the Internet and in-person shopping. A closer look at the habits of these groups provides some revealing insights on how the Internet impacts the time and money they spend around the holidays.Here are several myths and truths on the effort to save money online, as revealed by the data in the poll and recent MoneyRates.com banking research:Truth: Online shopping makes you less prone to impulse buyingFifty percent of poll respondents said they are mo...
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