People make economic choices as producers and consumers of goods and services.
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People and families work to earn money to purchase goods and services they need or want.
A producer makes goods or provides a service, while a consumer uses or benefits from the goods or services.
Goods are consumable, tangible products; services are actions performed by a person or group of people with a certain skill.
People make decisions about how to spend and save the money they earn.