Predatory Fees Prey on the Incarcerated and Their Families

In today’s digital era, where a call or message to a loved one is just a tap away, it’s a harsh reality that for families of the incarcerated, staying connected is a luxury they often can’t afford. Behind the cold walls of correctional facilities, a predatory system thrives, turning basic communication into a financial nightmare. … Read more

Managing Money in Multi-Partner Relationships

Navigating the intricate dynamics of polyamory extends beyond the emotional and relational realms – it also encompasses the practical, particularly in the realm of finance. Managing money in multi-partner relationships offers a unique set of challenges and opportunities, requiring a level of transparency, communication, and flexibility that may not be as pronounced in monogamous setups. … Read more

The Heart of Money: An Insight into Behavioral Economics

Behavioral economics is like the vibrant underpainting of a traditional economic canvas. It adds depth and color to the otherwise black-and-white world of traditional economics, painting a more holistic and realistic picture of how we make financial decisions. Simply put, behavioral economics is the study of psychology as it relates to the economic decision-making processes … Read more

The Influence of Generational Wealth

Generational wealth refers to assets that are passed down from one generation to another. This wealth can take many forms – income, property, investments – and provides financial stability and opportunity to recipients. While generational wealth has many benefits, we must understand its larger impact on socioeconomic equity if we aim to create a just … Read more

5 Financial Conversations You Must Have Before Getting Married!

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The content emphasizes the importance of open and honest communication about financial matters between couples. It covers five critical areas: debt and credit scores, financial goals, spending habits, income, and insurance. In each area, the significance and strategies for effective discussion are elaborated, stressing on shared decision-making for achieving better financial health and stability

A Guide for Couples Buying A Home

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House-hunting with your spouse is a romantic narrative veiled in layers of financial complexity and emotional nuances. As a financial psychologist, I’ve seen this odyssey elevate relationships and destabilize them, build empires of comfort and mountains of debt. Let’s walk through this labyrinthine journey together, breaking down the aspects that most couples blissfully ignore or … Read more

Starting A Business with A Friend

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Starting a business is a thrilling endeavor, filled with hopes, dreams, and the promise of potential success. Embarking on this journey with a friend by your side can make the process even more exciting. After all, who better to share the highs and lows of entrepreneurship than someone you already trust and share a bond … Read more

How To Show Encouragement To Others?

In a world driven by ambition, competition, and constant flux, we often overlook a simple yet profound act – offering encouragement. While the importance of technical skills, knowledge, and practicality cannot be denied, the potency of a kind word or a supportive gesture remains unmatched. Drawing from my background in financial psychology and personal experiences, … Read more

How to Right Generational Money Beliefs

Whispered words from grandparents, off-handed comments from parents, the barely audible sighs during bill-paying nights—generations past unknowingly impart their financial lessons in these fleeting moments. While some of these lessons serve as sturdy stepping stones, others might feel more like stumbling blocks. Many of us have inherited a tapestry of generational money beliefs, woven with … Read more