Comfort with savings correlates with happiness, yet more than a quarter of respondents in Europe, the USA and Australia indicate...
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An ING study suggests that older people can be more impatient for profit. Behavioural scientist Jess Exton explains.
percent of US bankruptcies are attributed to medical bills
million European Union jobs are linked to exports
percent of the global population is banking on the go
They’re banks – but not as you know them; you can’t open an account there or borrow money.
Divide your funds – and conquer your future
Rethink investing chances for your golden years
What is projection bias?
Going up or just coming down? Beware of shares and price patterns
Smarter money choices, and how your bank might help
Managing money is hard because we tend to be optimistic, impulsive and to avoid bad news, explains Nathalie Spencer.
Will you sink or swim if the worst happens? In Europe 29% have no savings
What is optimism bias?
Trading chances to screw up
Will you get what you want this Christmas?
Do you hold debt and savings at the same time?
How pictures of kittens can help you manage money
Why bronze medallists are happier than silver ones
Going for gold? Why it can be worth earning less for longer
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