Tag Archives: financial behavior

Credit card debt and depression

Credit Card Debt Causes Depression

A recent study linked short term debt with depression.  This correlation makes sense and plagues many Americans stuck in credit card debt.  One untimely event can cause the economic teeter totter to swing the wrong direction.  The great thing about the study is that this is something that can be fixed. If we reframe investing […]

Millennial Parents Face Economic Hardships

Young Invincibles report the plight of Millennial parents

I just finished reading a report from Young Invincibles describing the financial hardship facing Millennial parents.  The economic tsunami of lower income coupled with the higher costs of raising a child and being saddled by student debt is taking a toll on this generation of future leaders.  My heart goes out to this group as they attempt […]

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Can People Really Change Their Financial Habits?

I recently read an article asking this question: can people change their financial behavior? The article went into different budgeting and savings systems that demonstrated how to mentally reposition savings that changed most outcomes. The elephant in the room is that millions have already changed their financial habits by participating in 401(k) plans or making IRA […]