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Natural thinking traps, like present bias, can change your financial choices. Learn how to make smarter money decisions.
percent of Americans lie about finances to their partner. Despite that, about a third think part of their finances should stay private
Talk may be cheap, but it’s also hugely valuable
What is bounded rationality?
How self-image can hurt your finances
Spending online on goods or services has never been easier – but watch for hidden traps.
What is the subscription economy?
The science of selling: Five ways advertisers get inside your brain
Beware the Ikea effect! Why buying or selling a house can mess with your mind
Like eating out? Here’s why you tip as much as you do
What is the centre-stage effect?
The psychology of pain relief: why spend £3 when you can spend 30p?
People on lower incomes spend a higher percentage of it on status goods
Should you give a gift card this Christmas?
What can we learn from Nobel Prize winner Richard Thaler?
What is the focusing illusion?
What is buyer’s remorse?
Saving money – the first step to financial independence
Driving the best deal: how can car buyers make better choices?
We are living in a time of great uncertainty. Here’s what to do about it
How the halo effect can make us spend more
Do you know what “anchoring” is in relation to shopping?
The “99” price point. Why is it so common?
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