Are worries about money keeping you up at night? You’re not alone. Money is one of the top concerns of Americans, a GOBankingRates’ survey found.
“Everybody worries about financial decisions, indecisions or consequences,” said Scott Bishop, director of financial planning at Avidian Wealth Management in Houston. Worrying won’t solve your money problems, though. In fact, it can lead to even more stress and mistakes, he said.
Fortunately, there are steps you can take to prevent your financial problems from overwhelming you. Here are eight ways to stop worrying about money and to get your finances on track.