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V-Day Gets a Refresh

Modern women need a V-day upgrade. Rather than overspend on cheap chocolate or a prix fixe dinner, let’s channel some of that romantic energy into rocking how you want to look and feel this year. After all, this is also the first week of the...

The Happiest Divorce

The culture of divorce is shifting, in tune with the times. How many of us have commented on the fluidity of our children's relationships with friends with whom they become—and un-become—romantically involved? When we broke up with our high...

Inspired Valentine’s Day Gifts for Men

Yes, your man loves you, but he loves other things too. Like coffee. And his kicks. This year, show your affections with a gift that acknowledges his extra passions. They’re available at almost any price point, and only a click away. Under $15...

Can You Afford a Divorce?

I am convinced that the second most common New Year’s resolution – after going to the gym – has got to be getting divorced. Starting January 2, the phones in our office were ringing off the hook, as they do every year. Does every call lead to a...

Pros & Cons of a Stealth Divorce

You don’t have to be a TomKat fan to remember their famous split: Katie Holmes used a disposable cellphone to talk secretly to her lawyers, and filed for divorce in Manhattan while Tom Cruise was on location in Iceland. Is this the way to go? In...

Separate Money = Sane Marriage

I’m told that sharing a checking account with one’s spouse is practical. I’ll never know—I can’t do it. All relationships have landmines; mine involve money. When I was 13, my father—whom I adored—had an affair with, and married, a woman with...

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...

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...

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