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Why Would You Pick Up A Penny?

Recently I spotted a penny on the ground. In a nanosecond, the following discussion played out in my mind: “Pick it up, it’s free money!” “It’s only a penny, it’s not worth the effort.” “But it’s...

Rate Your Financial Wellbeing: Part Two

Continuing last week’s exploration of characteristics that define financial wellbeing, this week we’ll look at eight positive C’s and their negative counterparts. Again, I suggest considering where...

Rate Your Financial Wellbeing: Part One

At the beginning of a new year, many people resolve to do better at managing money. These resolutions often focus on past failures and ineffective financial behaviors in an effort to fix what isn’t...

Why Does Health Insurance Cost So Much?

While overall economic inflation has slowed over the past 18 months, health insurance costs keep going up. According to the latest survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF), a non-profit...

Searching For Joy In Holiday Giving

One of my clients, whose immediate family includes 30 people, has described himself as a Grinch when it comes to Christmas gift-giving. “Every year I swear I’m going to shop early, and every year I...

How to Find a Qualified Financial Therapist

If last week’s column helped you determine that you would benefit from consulting a financial therapist, how do you find one? Rule number one: don’t automatically assume that someone who advertises...

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