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By Paul Brucker
This is Part Two of a two-part series for National Financial Wellness Month.
Do you have a pervasive feeling of panic about your financial situation? Then you may be suffering from what Oprah magazine calls “Money Anxiety Disorder” (MAD). Money, or rather lack of it, is a chief cause of this complaint. But often that’s only part of the problem. Here are six steps to help you develop a back-in-control feeling with your finances.
Read Part 1 of this two-part series: The impact of financial stress
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