Why it is important to talk about money
Money has become a bit of a taboo subject in American culture. Along with religion and politics, few other topics that are so eagerly avoided among friends at the dinner table. According to NBC News, however, not talking about money might be doing more harm than good.
Speaking of money often, especially with people close to your financial situation like a spouse or children, gets the subject out in the air and allows people to feel the relief of sharing the weight felt on their shoulders. These discussions will enable people to avoid mistakes, make better decisions, and set goals that can actually be met with purpose. Forbes magazine suggests that talking about finances with friends can help avoid unnecessary, expensive meals and entertainment that might bust a budget. Every little bit helps when trying to eliminate debt or save money.
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