Money is a touchy subject for most people. While you may not realize it, there is an emotional component to your financial life.
You may tend to think of your emotions and your finances as two very separate parts of your life, but the truth is that they are entwined. Understanding that relationship is essential.
Jacquette Timmons is a financial behaviorist who works with everyone from the middle class to the "1%" and helps them blend the emotions of money with the math of money.
Her role is to help people let go of their money "baggage" and start to move forward with financial goals more clearly, confidently and in control so they can save more, remove debt, invest smarter and earn more.
Jacquette discusses her work and how to better understand the relationship between your emotions and your money.