We often think of finances as a cut-and-dry part of our lives. Left-brained and analytical. Unemotional. The truth is, however, that personal finance is a lot more complicated than just numbers and spreadsheets. Our emotions and mental well-being are directly tied to our financial situation and what we choose to do with that situation. The “personal” side of finance simply can’t be ignored.
As Tim Maurer, Wealth Advisor and personal finance expert said: