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Investing can play a role in securing your future, but there are many factors to consider. These articles offer tips on long-term gain.
The world is going more green, but there are still heavy polluters. How are they incentivised to reduce their emissions?
Busy lives make it tough to save. But what about the future?
A surprising way your parents can affect money choices
Five films that can teach us about money
Do we need more restraint when it comes to lotteries? Behavioural economist Jenny Robinson discusses the issues.
Cost of greener homes too high, Europe tells ING survey
percent of non-home owners don’t expect to ever buy a home
There’s no place like home – if you can afford one
percent of Americans lie about finances to their partner
How self-image can hurt your finances
An ING study suggests that older people can be more impatient for profit. Behavioural scientist Jess Exton explains.
Dan Gilbert on the art of making money choices
Why you should name your pension (and seven more tips to retire on)
Homes and mortgages: Is your country on the right road?
Rethink investing chances for your golden years
Why you don’t have a pension (and what to do about it)
What is projection bias?
Will you sink or swim if the worst happens? In Europe 29% have no savings
What is optimism bias?
What is planning fallacy?
Happy with your home? Most are – but many are not
Chasing the holiday sun? Think again
Why world trade may soon grow faster than GDP
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