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'Money dysmorphia,' a distorted view of one's financial situation, can lead to poor decision-making and neglect of important financial plans. Many individuals believe they're not wealthy enough to engage in estate planning, despite having assets that should be managed. Young people often have a toxic money mindset that investing is only for the wealthy, but financial experts suggest starting early and automating investments for long-term wealth growth.
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