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The ADHD Tax Is Draining — Financially and Emotionally

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“My missed deadlines for student loan payments alone have cost me roughly $50,000.”“I had to go to the city courthouse for overdue library books.

The library books were in the trunk of my car, and they belonged to the library I drove by every day on my way to work.”“I am years behind on taxes.”“I waste so much time shopping for groceries that only end up going bad.

I waste even more money buying fast food.”“I feel like I’m a bad person due to my money management failures.”**These comments from ADDitude readers demonstrate how symptoms and traits of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) — from impulsivity to forgetfulness and even emotional dysregulation — translate to very real financial consequences.

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