Quoted: Jonathan Zinman on Budget-Sabotaging Habits


Dartmouth Now takes note when faculty weigh in on issues of the day. Here is today’s “Quoted”:

“If people are distracted by what’s in their face today—whether it’s putting out fires, such as replacing a broken refrigerator, or opportunities for fun—then planning or saving for tomorrow may not resonate,” says Professor Jonathan Zinman in a Huffington Post story about what it takes to banish bad money habits.

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