There are many ways to have a not-so-great relationship with the fuel that helps you reach your goals. You can spend too much, never spend anything…and much more. What IS a healthy relationship, and what does it look like? There are a lot of warning signs, but that doesn’t mean it’s an easy problem to fix. On today’s show, our contributors, Jen Smith from the FrugalFriendsPodcast.com, Roger Whitney (the Retirement Answer Man) from RogerWhitney.com, and Paula Pant from AffordAnything.com, will tackle their relationships with money (both the good and the bad).
Plus, during our Friday FinTech segment, we’re excited to talk to Aditi Shekar from Zeta. Mastering your relationship with money is hard enough on your own, it only gets more intense when you add someone else to the picture. Zeta helps couples (whether married, roommates, living together, or living apart) master their money through a mix of technology and good old-fashioned advice.
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- 10 signs you have an unhealthy relationship with money (Insider)
<> Jen Smith
Check out Jen’s site: FrugalFriendsPodcast.com
Check out Roger’s site: RogerWhitney.com
Say hi on Twitter: @Roger_whitney
Check out Paula’s site: AffordAnything.com
Follow Paula on Twitter: @AffordAnything
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Here’s some resources from Zeta: Couple’s Personal Finance Resources
Having trouble talking to your significant other about finances? Here are 20 money questions you should ask your S.O.
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