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"A budget is essential, but it can be even more powerful when you have that support system of people who share the same goals. That's what we've seen to be extremely effective and powerful."
21 insights from personal finance professionals to help you make a plan for your money in 2021
Tanza Loudenback
Business Insider
Dec 29, 2020
"Israni has found that the most important predictor of someone's financial behavior is how they operate in social situations and how their friends influence them to spend."
3 expert-recommended steps for creating a budget that makes life easier, not harder
Tanza Loudenback
Business Insider
Dec 9, 2020
"'Healthcare costs, rising education costs, rising housing costs, income levels being stagnant—there's no surprise as to why the scarcity mindset and this idea of just being bad with money is there, and that there are challenges in reprogramming yourself,' Israni said."
Money can't buy happiness, but how we adjust 3 financial 'levers' can drastically affect how we feel
Tanza Loudenback
Business Insider
Nov 13, 2020
"'The first step of anything, whether it's to reprogram your self-narrative or even just to thrive financially, is just to maintain that perspective—it's so critical,' said Sunny Israni, a chartered financial analyst and the founder and CEO of Clasp."
4 qualities of people who are good with money that anyone can adopt
Tanza Loudenback
Business Insider
Nov 13, 2020
"The truth is, the best financial plan is one you can actually stick to from the beginning. Expert information and advice is everywhere but only you can decide if it aligns with your values and is realistic for your lifestyle."
4 emotional hacks you can start using today to keep you sticking to your financial plan
Sunny Israni, guest columnist
Business Insider
Jul 10, 2020
"Clasp can help you make sense of how you feel about money, your emotional triggers, and your most influential financial role models—all necessary pre-work to help you think more critically about how to match your money with your values."
Make Room for What Matters with Values-Based Budgeting
Kara Stevens
Life and Money by Citi
Feb 26, 2020
"Clasp founder Sunny Israni found that millennials' mindset had the biggest impact on whether or not they were good with money."
100 hours of talking to millennials about money showed most of them want one of 2 things
Liz Knueven
Business Insider
Feb 25, 2020
"Israni found that millennials want to be financially free. Whether that means taking spontaneous vacations or being able to leave work at a young age, millennials told him they want to make financial decisions without worrying."
A startup founder who spent 100 hours interviewing millennials found 3 hangups
Liz Knueven
Business Insider
Feb 23, 2020