Deal Breakers: Top 3 New Relationship Must Haves
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Deal Breakers: Top 3 New Relationship Must Haves

Deal breakers are a poor way of looking for a relationship. Starting by focusing on what you don't want inevitably leads you to getting more of what you don't want. The subconscious does not recognize the word don't. For example don't imagine there's a blue parrot on your shoulder. Are there deal breakers absolutely however focusing on them is putting the cart before the horse. Here are 3 must have's that make a great relationship. One

Living With Your In-laws To Save Money
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Living With Your In-laws To Save Money

It's not that your in-laws are bad people. In fact, you really like them. It's just that you prefer them from a distance--for a few short hours at a time. But, now that you're living under their roof, the "visits" are endless and the boundaries have blurred. And you're ready to snap. You may find it comforting to learn that you are not alone. More and more couples are opting to cohabitate with their in-laws for financial reasons. After all, two pairs can live more cheaply than one and this living arrangement is enabling you to develop a sizable nest egg.

Divorced And Drowning In Debt
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Divorced And Drowning In Debt

Two can live more cheaply than one. It's true. And never is this fact more evident than when you go from being a member of a couple to being on your own. Solely responsible for putting a roof over your head, gas in the car, and food on the table-all while trying to save for your future. If you're marriage status has recently went from Mrs. to Ms., you will likely need to make some major changes when it comes to finances. Here are a few tips to get you on the right track and prevent you from drowning in debt. 1. Look after number one. That's you!

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Love should make you feel lightheaded with joy, not frustration.
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Put Down The Gauntlet And Stop Fighting Over Money

Those potentially fight-provoking feelings that arise from making more money than your man have become increasingly common in the years since (especially now that women are the primary or sole source of income for more than 40 percent of U.S. households). But they’re no less complicated.

Dating: What Women Really Think ... Of Your Money
"He need not have a lot of money, but he does need to know how to manage what he makes."
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What Women Really Think ... Of Your Money

This week for "What Women Really Think …", we asked ladies how they felt about men and money. Is it a turn off if a guy can't manage his money? Are we likely to judge men on how and what they spend their money on? Do we really all want to marry millionaires? Can money buy love after all? Oh, how the ladies had some serious input on this subject.

How To Ensure A Financial Catastrophe Doesn't Become Personal
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How To Ensure A Financial Catastrophe Doesn't Become Personal

Financial stress is an insidious beast and, if left unchecked, it can wreak havoc on every aspect of your life. It can do damage to your health and tear apart your family. Yes, a money problem can snowball into a myriad of other troubles if you fail to cope with it effectively. Don't let your financial woes change who you are and don't let them infect the rest of your personal life. Instead, take positive steps to manage these stressors and keep your world intact. Here's how.

Money: Boon Or Bane To Your Relationship?
Buy your cake and eat it, too.
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Money: Boon Or Bane To Your Relationship?

Sometimes you need the help of a relationship expert to figure out how to successfully approach money in your relationship. Learn the tips that will help your relationship thrive, even if you view money differently than your partner.