One way to reduce anxiety around finances is to face your fears, I mean really look them in the eye. What is it that keeps you up at night? Is that scenario likely to happen? Is there a way to protect yourself financially from such a scenario? Most importantly, if there is a way to mitigate those financial losses, is it worth the cost?
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Candice McGarvey, CFP®Candice McGarvey is the Chief Story Changer for Her Dollars Financial Coaching and a Certified Financial Planner™
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