The Psychology of Money

Five years ago, Tom Carstens began working with a new client, a successful executive making $3 million a year. At first glance, he seemed to promise a virtual avalanche of new business. But, after 12 long months, the client had agreed to make almost no investments at all. Only when the man’s wife joined their […]

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“Life is What Happens When You’re Making Other Plans”

This post is by my co-author on Conscious Finance and colleague, Kathleen Fox: My three sisters and I grew up in Tripp County, South Dakota, on the same farm where my mother’s family had lived since the 1930’s.  My parents still live there, though they retired from farming a few years ago.  I’ve lived in […]

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