PLYMOUTH, Minnesota — Most of us have made at least one financial faux pas. 

Faux pas means “false step” or “stumble” in French. Experts say whether we underspend or we enable others, once we become aware, we can take the steps to fix them.

Nick Foulks, the lead adviser at Great Waters Financial, walks us through common mistakes and provides us with tips on how to recover.

COMMON FINANCIAL FAUX PAS TO AVOID:

Hoarding

Underspending

Financial incompatibility

Enabling others