Itâ€™s tax season, a time for close examination of how we handle our money. Seems simple enough: we earn it, save it, and spend it. But how we do these things says a lot about the value we place on money and how we feel about it, based on a myriad of personal experiences.
Kate Levinson, Ph.D., is the author of Emotional Currency. Sheâ€™s a psychotherapist and couples counselor who leads workshops on womenâ€™s emotional and psychological relationship with money.
Neale Godfrey is a bestselling author of 26 books empowering children and their families to take charge of their financial lives. Neale created the topic of â€śkids and moneyâ€ť in the 1980s while she served as President of The First Womenâ€™s Bank and created The First Childrenâ€™s Bank at FAO Schwarz in NYC. She is Chairman of Childrenâ€™s Financial Network, Inc. and is CEO and President of Green$treet Commons, Inc.