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Live | Love & Money

5 Ways To Protect Your Relationship From Financial Damage

When I read the words we put on the page, my stomach started to feel queasy. I silently recited my mantra (“What would I tell a client to do?”) and put my pen to paper, scrawling my name across the black line. A few minutes later, our co-tenancy agreement was all done. Without getting too mushy, I have to tell you: I love my boyfriend. He’s one of the most amazing men on the planet, and he’s the best father. I seriously couldn’t have dreamed of a better partner to go through life with.  We...

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Plan | Financial Planning

The Simplest Way to Manage Your Money

There are so many formulas you learned growing up that seem so irrelevant to everyday living. But one that most people didn’t learn — and still don’t know — is how much money you should be spending on things like rent, car payments, and food, and how much money you should be saving for your goals every month.  While the formula for effectively managing your income will vary slightly depending on your life stage, unique circumstances and more, this one is still an easy rule of thumb when it...

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Earn | Entrepreneurs

What Not to Buy When You Start a New Business

When you start a company, you usually have a grand vision for how things are going to work. You will provide X service, Y number of people will sign up, you will make Z million dollars and retire to the Bahamas, right? Ha! If only! Starting a business is actually the very humbling experience of having everything you thought you knew dismantled one thing at a time, until your whole world is turned upside down and you are running a totally different company than you ever thought you would. And...

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