By Kathleen Longo on January 22, 2016
The first decision many of us made at the beginning of the month was whether or not we truly want to stick with our New Years’ Resolutions. Like many decisions, sticking to those resolutions becomes harder over time and hopefully you have been able to keep some of the good ones in place so far. There has been a lot of recent research about the decision-making process everybody goes through on a daily basis, with direct implications for your financial goals. The following blog from Carl Richards, Director of Investor Education with the BAM Alliance, provides an interesting introduction to the study of how decisions are made, or not made.