It seems more of the news lately is focusing on growing credit card debt amid higher interest rates. And millions of Americans are finding themselves stuck with a growing credit card balance. It can be a struggle to manage finances in this inflationary environment, so there’s good reason for you to be cautious.
It raises the question: What makes managing money so challenging?
Cognitive biases can be a large part of the problem. That’s why I wanted to share the New York Times article below, to help inform your decision making this week. Cognitive biases can be more harmful than helpful when it comes to managing your finances because they can prevent you from seeing things clearly and making rational decisions about spending and saving.
Knowing the biases you’re most susceptible to can help you make better decisions with your money.
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