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Why personal finance advice and economic theory don't agree

Why does personal finance advice so frequently depart from economic theory? Image: Unsplash/micheile dot com

Sarah Todd

Senior Reporter, Quartz

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A table showing popular personal finance advice versus economic advice
Popular personal finance advice versus economic advice. Image: Quartz

Two charts showing the best way to save, according to personal finance books
The best way to save, according to personal finance books. Image: Quartz

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