Have you ever wondered who makes more spending and saving choices in the average household? Researchers for the Think Forward...
Nathalie Spencer (Behavioural scientist at ING) has written 25 articles for ING eZonomics.
Human nature in an age of fragile finances
The science behind why a second opinion can pay dividends
We’re all in a position of power – but can you make it pay?
Can watching TV actually improve the way you manage money?
Can “caveman economics” have an effect on our financial choices today?
How to make yourself more willing to wait (and another reason to say “thanks mum”)
His or hers? Who’s in charge when couples make money decisions
How can a “future selfie” save you a fortune?
Are new clothes a savings loss or a wardrobe gain?
Shopping can be educational (for children at least)
Does money make you mean?
Going around in circles? How the “time paradox” can affect your finances
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