When it comes to money, being nice doesn’t pay


Kind-hearted, caring people may be more likely to suffer financial hardship, new research shows.

A study done by the American Psychological Association determined that people who are more agreeable tend to face greater economic difficulties, especially those at lower income levels.

The study notes that past research has found personality traits linked to financial habits, like neuroticism predicting higher debt rates or increased compulsive buying, and conscientiousness tied to debt avoidance and…

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