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4 Financial Therapists on How to Plan for a Less Anxious 2021


January 4, 2021

NextAdvisor with Time - It's been a busy year for financial therapists. We asked four financial therapists what their biggest takeaways from 2020 were, and how you can adjust your money mindset going into 2021.

“One of the biggest takeaways from 2020 from my perspective is to make sure you have adequate cash on hand via an emergency fund to account for unforeseen financial disruptions,” says Asebedo. “If you are fortunate to have a job with a little extra cash flow, make sure you are taking steps to set some of it aside. 2020 reminded us all how important that is.”

To read the full story featuring Sarah Asebedo, an assistant professor of financial planning, click here.