Behavioral Finance

7 Tips to Recover Financially After a Divorce

By Amy Sara Cores, Contributor Fea Money Financial Literacy School Divorces are hard. There’s no need here to explain how a divorce goes and how devastating they can be. Not to mention how hard it is to divide everything in half and say goodbye to the half you will never get; the half you built together with your …

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What is The Role and Function of Money in Our Society?

By Anna Yen  Expert Fea Money Financial literacy School. Photo Credit Unsplash As someone who uses money, you probably don’t think about the impact of every purchase you make. Money is something that most people use daily. Still, few people think about money’s role in society, let alone how it works in the economy. What Is …

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Is Joint Account a Good Idea For Couples? What You Need To Know When Considering A Joint Account

By Reyna Gobel,Expert, Fea Money Financial Literacy School. Picture Credit Unsplash I have received emails from various couples considering getting a joint checking account. Among them are couples who just moved in together after six months, as well as married couples who fought over small, everyday purchases and wanted a joint checking account for shared …

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Automatic Bill Payment Seems like a Good Idea, but What Are The Pros And Cons?

By Ted Jenkin, Contributor Fea Money Financial Literacy School. Photo Credit Unsplash The “out of sight, out of mind” philosophy is the preferred approach by some people when it comes to investing, based on the idea that you’re less likely to spend your money when you don’t have immediate access to it. It seems that “out of …

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Teach Them While They’re Young: How to Teach Your Kids the Value of Saving

By Rachel Lane, Contributor, Fea Money Financial Literacy School. Photo Credit Unsplash Money is one of the hardest things to talk about, especially with your kids. However, if you want to set your children up for financial success, it’s essential that you do talk about money. Taking the time to develop a habit of saving as a …

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