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Month: October 2022

Aligning Values And Investing Easier Said Than Done

Aligning your stated values and your spending is something I encourage as part of financial wellness. It isn’t always easy to do. For example, someone strongly concerned about climate change will likely avoid buying items like bottled water, plastic bags, aerosols,...

Sound Financial Decisions Rely on Balanced Media Diet

I recently asked an investor who had a history of making poor financial decisions to send me a list of his sources for news that impacted his financial decisions. They were all extreme in their political bent, with very low to mixed probability of being factual. There...

Biased Media Diet Can Harm Your Financial Health

Part of supporting my clients’ financial wellbeing requires that I have a good grasp of current world economic, political, and financial events and how they apply to my clients personally and individually. It’s also important as a financial therapist to understand and...

Couples With Income Inequality, Part 2

Last week I described three common dynamics in couples where one partner is much wealthier than the other. Those are the “Funder and Beneficiary” where the wealthy partner pays for everything, the “Proportional Spenders” who contribute based on their income, and the...
We are all following money scripts

We are all following money scripts

We are all following money scripts, according to personal finance expert Stacey Tisdale, and this affects our ability to succeed financially By Patrick Huston October 02, 2022 In spite of her success, Stacey Tisdale was unhappy in her position as a financial...