Financial health: More money is often not the answer


By Mark C. Weitzel
It seems that everyone wants to make more money. Many people believe that making more money will solve all their financial problems.
I know for over a decade I was about $5,000 short of being personally financially successful each year. If I could just make that extra money, I believed that all my financial problems would be solved. During that decade my income went up by more than $5,000, and yet I was still $5,000 short of being personally financially successful.
That is when it hit me — when it comes to personal finances more money is not always the answer. That is the fallacy most people buy into. Personal financial success is not about how much you make, it is about how much you spend.
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