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Cut! Are You Following the Script?

What is your most joyful money memory? What’s your most painful one? What messages did you get about money from your mother or father? How have these experiences affected your relationship with money?These are some of the questions we ask to help...

How to Talk Investments with Your Honey

You and your mate may squabble over plenty of financial decisions, but there’s one financial move you absolutely, 100 percent, hands-down, must agree on: your retirement strategy. Yet 73 percent of couples don’t. That’s bad because...

Maybe You Need a Postnup

Has something changed since you got married, and you want to set new financial ground rules? You might benefit from a postnuptial agreement—in effect, a prenup that’s done after you’re married. Postnups are on the rise, for many reasons. Some...

Giving Gets Social

Take a night out with the gals, add a cocktail or two, stir in some philanthropy, and what do you get? A hangover with meaning? No, a giving circle, a social way to raise funds for a cause you believe in. Rather than writing an anonymous check to...

The Best Gaming Device for Kids

You're tired of listening to your 6-year-old ask for your smartphone, and wiping all those sticky fingerprints off your tablet has broken you down. You're ready to buy your kid her first gaming device.What are the choices? Do you buy a kids'...

Child Care—A Vital Investment

In the seven years that my sons were in child care—a period that began when my oldest was three months old and ended when my youngest hit kindergarten—I shelled out upwards of $80,000. It was worth every penny. Handing over that last check, I...

How Hormones Can Sabotage Your Spending

You may be “lucky” enough to notice some hormone-related changes to your attitude once every 28 days or so. But did you know that the same hormones that regulate your cycle also act on your brain every day, affecting the way you think, act—and...

In Praise of Outsourcing

My husband and I have been squabbling over outsourcing for years: laundry, housecleaning, lawn care. For him, it’s about money. For me, it’s about time.    The details change, but the logic is the same: He argues that the $120 per month we’d...

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