Nine Habits Of An Obsessive-Compulsive Money Hoarder

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May 2, 2013 ‐ By Blair Bedford
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Do you find yourself checking your bank account on a daily basis over and over again? Do you give a side-eye to the idea of a joint account with your current or future spouse, automatic bill payments and building credit? If this sounds like you or someone you know, you may be a money hoarder; one who excessively acquires money, but has difficulty spending it or letting go financial control.

Here are a few ways to tell if you are hoarding your own money, unable to trust your family, your bank, or even yourself with spending it, in fear of losing a little bit of control.

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  • Gnomo

    In today’s economy, people can afford to be a little attentive, even obsessive, over their finances. A lot of people are that way because they either have been or have seen others in crippling financial situations – economical misfortune is a scary thing. I admit that things like the paper trail are a bit over the top and potentially cause unnecessary stress and impracticality. However, I do find it a bit trifling to meddle in or criticize others’ financial tendencies, especially if they’re likely doing more good than harm.