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Just because you are financially literate does not mean you make the right decisions. The problem may not be what you know. The problem may actually be your brain. Melissa talks about some of the most exciting scientific findings that combine neuroscience, behavioural studies and economics and how we can use the research to behave better with our money.
Melissa Leong is a personal finance writer at the Financial Post (@liselong). Here are the slides from her presentation at Insider Advice for Today's Topsy-Turvy Times, which took place at the Ted Rogers School of Management on February 6, 2014. Details at http://bit.ly/money5050b
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