Everyone needs to deal with their money and some do it better than others, said Galileo Capital Personal Finance Advisor Warren Ingram on The Money Show.
If you think you're a master of handling your personal finances, consider the points below:
You don't know how much you earn or spend.
You're carrying credit card debt.
You're surprised by your bills each month.
You're stressed about money.
You've decided to postpone saving for retirement for a few years.
- You feel like you have something to hide.
Listen to the audio below for solutions to each issue mentioned above (as well as answers to listeners' questions).
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