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Relationships

Is It Anti-Feminist to Let Him Pay?

I like it when a guy picks up the tab. What can I say? The heart wants what the heart wants. So when the check comes after a meal, I don’t pull a Sheryl Sandberg and “lean in.” I lean back, polish off the rest of my wine and enjoy being courted....

How to Talk Money in Each Stage of Your Relationship

Whether you’ve just started dating, are committed to each other or have already tied the knot, there is one topic that will keep coming up again, and again and again: money. How do you spend it? How does he? What’s your savings strategy? What...

How My Boyfriend’s Trust Fund Almost Broke Us Up

I used to think that being a trust-funder would be the greatest thing ever. Then I got into a relationship with a man who has a trust fund. I've been trying to free him from it ever since. My significant other (let's call him Brett) is in his...

Financial Sanity, by Degree(s)

Welcome to the second post in our Financial Turning Point series. This week, Katie Westover talks about earning her RN. Enjoy last week’s installment here. My financial turning point happened when I graduated from nursing school. I had virtually...

Are You Two in Sync About Retirement?

My husband and I have mused about where we’d like to retire for most of our 22-year marriage. Cape Cod so he can spend his time deep-sea fishing? A pied-à-terre in New York, where we lived when we were first married? Or perhaps Napa Valley so we...

Best Friends in Business

Would you start a business with your best friend? It’s tempting. You see eye-to-eye on so many things—maybe you even share a passion for a business idea.But is it worth the risk of losing your shirt, your BFF—or both?  Laura Loving and April...

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...

Co-Sign at Your Own Risk

Should you co-sign a loan or credit card for a friend or relative? I get this question a lot, especially since  the economic downturn has made it harder for people to obtain loans.   There are certainly situations where you might be inclined to go...

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