How to train your brain to save more money, according to psychologists

As the chasm between the one percent and the working masses widens, the ability to save money is proving more and more elusive for Americans. As we reported during January’s government shutdown, so many of us are living paycheck-to-paycheck (and its stresses) and, according to a survey by, only 40 percent of U.S. adults feel able to pay an unexpected expense of $1,000 or more. And, according to that same survey, 15 percent of respondents said they would put that expense on a credit card. Read more here >>>

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