Money, like politics and religion, is a subject that most people don’t talk about in general conversation. There is something so deeply personal and emotional about our personal finances that we avoid the subject for fear of conflict or offense. We don’t often talk about our income, savings or especially our debt with even our closest friends. This is unfortunate because there are benefits to the collective wisdom and accountability that can come with discussing issues openly.
What if you have questions about a money problem, but can’t bring yourself to ask friends or family? Is anyone else going through the same financial issues that you are going through? Here are some ideas for places where you might find like-minded individuals to discuss personal finance topics:
Financial planning can be a tricky subject to navigate. It helps to have somewhere to turn for more information or to ask a question when needed, and these online communities can be a helpful resource.
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