Money can trigger strong emotional reactions, which can lead to not-so-great decisions, like missing payments or overspending. A new wave of books urges people to explore their emotional connections to money in order to make better financial decisions. “Eighty-five or 90% of our money decisions are based on our emotions,” says Bari Tessler, a financial…
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