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Dr. Klontz is both a financial planner and a financial psychologist. He is an Associate Professor of Practice in Financial Psychology and Behavioral Finance at Creighton University’s Heider College of Business. He is a fellow of the American Psychological Association and a Former President of the Hawaii Psychological Association.

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During his 35-plus-year career in the financial services industry, Dr. Horwitz has educated tens of thousands of agents, financial planners, wealth managers, and consumers in the field of personal finance and risk management. Dr. Horwitz currently serves as the Enterprise Risk Management and Compliance Officer for Creighton University, holds the Inaugural Mutual of Omaha Endowed Executive Directorship in Risk Management, and is the associate professor of practice in the Economics and Finance Department of the Heider College of Business at Creighton University.

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Paul T (Ted) Klontz, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Practice of Financial Psychology and Behavioral Finance at Creighton University and Founder and Director of the Financial Psychology Institute at Creighton University’s Heider College of Business, is based in Nashville, TN. He has a 40+ year career in counseling, consulting, and advising that has included authoring, co-authoring, and/or contributing to financial psychology-related books.

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What is Money Mammoth?

When it comes to our relationship with money, we are in the Stone Age. Despite the relentless barrage of information and warnings from financial experts, the average American is in terrible financial shape. It turns out that human beings are just not wired to do the right things around money―such as saving and not overspending. That’s why financial success is so difficult to attain. When it comes to our financial instincts, we are no more evolved than our ancestors who hunted the Woolly Mammoth 400,000 years ago.

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