Personal Finance and Politics

You may have noticed that I talk about the intersection of politics and personal finance from time to time. To time. To time. To time. To time. Etc.

I always get some pushback, but I keep going because it is important. A conversation about money without discussing politics is only developing part of the picture. If we, as personal finance writers, really want to help our readers, we should be giving them the full picture and the full suite of tools to take control of their money and their lives.

It is also a severely under-covered part of the personal finance discussion.

I give this background as a way to provide context for a conversation that took over personal finance Twitter recently.

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