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Next Avenue: Do you get financial envy? Don’t be fooled by social media’s money mirage.


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“How is that possible?” “How are they pulling that off?” “Am I doing something wrong?” These are just a few of the questions and comments I hear from people when we talk about how their financial lifestyle compares to other people’s. Financial envy isn’t new, but social media seems to have exacerbated the situation and left many people wondering how others can afford things such as a luxury home, high performance car or boat, vacation home, or exotic family vacation.


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