Money lies we tell ourselves.
Do you think you’re telling yourself the truth about money?
We may think we know the facts about our finances. But our beliefs can often overshadow the facts.
Our wishes, hopes, and fears can tip the scales away from the truth. This makes it easier for us to believe what we want to about money — and it can happen without us even realizing it.
The money lies we tell ourselves can change the way we think and act when it comes to finances.
And since most of us rarely talk about money with our friends and family, the money lies we tell ourselves stick around. That can lock us into destructive beliefs and reinforce poor financial habits.
But no matter what money lies we tell ourselves, it’s never too late to set the record straight.
Let’s look at some of the most common money lies we all buy into at some point — and the truth behind them in this Visual Insights Newsletter.