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Posted by Myles B. Brandt, CFP® on 26 May 2011 | 0 Comments
Being aware of how you feel about money can help you recognize destructive behavior before action is taken. A new study by Brad Klontz suggests that there are generally four "money scripts" (ways you feel about money). Which are you?
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