The ING International Survey Savings 2019 highlights the difficulties people are facing across Europe, the USA and Australia when it comes...
Heads and hearts don't always agree when it comes to money. Weigh up your needs and desires, while still achieving your goals.
Jenny Robinson looks at how we make decisions when faced with a choice, and whether comparisons are useful or wasteful.
How scarcity puts the squeeze on your money choices
What if supermarket prices rose and fell like stocks and shares?
A surprising way your parents can affect money choices
Curling up to watch a film can be a fun way to think about life lessons – even around finance.
Present bias and choice overload – a behavioural economist at Christmas dinner
What is salience bias?
How emotions can help you make better money choices
Do you know why you’re buying? Five ways to make an informed decision
Paying a “fair” price to park your car
Talk may be cheap, but it’s also hugely valuable
Whether shopping for a car or a computer, it’s hard to tell whether the purchase is worth its price longer term.
What is bounded rationality?
Seven deadly emotions – for your money
How happy relationships relate to money
Are you too old to buy your own home?
Why “status signalling” can land you in debt
December is most expensive month – but when else do we splash the cash?
Should you give a gift card this Christmas?
Buying into the dream – a view from homes across Europe
How to manage spending, and still be happy
What is projection bias?
How to make your child a money genius
Where is your focus at Christmas?
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