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How to Handle Financial Stress

Ever have that uneasy feeling that you should be doing more to manage your finances? That you aren't on top of your spending, savings, and investments like you should be?

You're not alone. The American Psychological Association (APA) reports that money is the leading cause of stress for American adults. In fact, one in four are stressed about money most or all of the time--to the point they prefer to bury their heads in the sand and refuse to think about it at all. There's even a term for it: financial avoidance. The cure for financial stress, according to the APA, involves simplification, making a plan that will improve your situation and better manage your money

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