Getting people to set money aside involves tapping into their psychology – and forcing their hand.

Those tricks involve capitalizing on behavioural economics,  
adds Marc Lamontagne, a financial planner with Ryan Lamontagne Inc. in Ottawa.

He says that getting people to stay on track with their savings really comes down to forcing them to change – and preventing them (with their buy-in, of course) from accessing their savings all too easily.

Globe Advisor, Anna Sharratt
March 2016

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