About two-thirds of adults say that money is a significant source of stress, according to the American Psychological Association.
It's perhaps no wonder. After all, with the advent of credit cards, digital payment systems, and new investment products, money has gotten both easier to spend yet harder to wrap your head around. Adding to the problem is a lack of personal finance education in American school systems.
But personal finance doesn't need to be so stressful. In this video from Freethink and Million Stories, finance expert Jessica Patel overviews some strategies you can use to get your finances on track. In partnership with Experian #yourworldexperian
About two-thirds of adults say that money is a significant source of stress, accordi...