Tag Archives: relationship

Love and money

I’m not going to pretend money is romantic. But many of the things you can do with money are romantic: The average person will spend close to $131 on Valentine’s Day, taking their loved one out to dinner, on a … Continue reading

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How to deal financially when life is changing all around you

When you go through a major life change – a divorce or separation, the death of a spouse, a major move – it can feel like your finances are in a free fall. But often, getting your money in order, … Continue reading

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At 28 I am on a mission

Wells Fargo and BlogHer “What is your relationship with money” contest Grand Prize Winner – Marissa Anwar. As a personal finance blogger, my relationship with money is well documented. Having worked all through university, and grad school and coming… Continue reading

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Money and I have a long history

Wells Fargo and BlogHer “What is your relationship with money” contest winner – Candice Kilpatrick. Money and I have a long history. My parents were very frugal, and from a young age I dutifully squirreled away my allowance in… Continue reading

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Dorothy’s adventure in Oz

Wells Fargo and BlogHer “What is your relationship with money” contest winner – Rachael McCray. I can easily compare my relationship with money to that of Dorothy’s adventure in Oz. I began safely at home, an ignorant dependent. I… Continue reading

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The value of money is personal

Wells Fargo and BlogHer “What is your relationship with money” contest winner – Jodi Grundig. Money is an interesting thing. Some people will do anything for money; yet, it’s really only just paper. It’s what money represents that provides… Continue reading

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Why my relationship with money is like a good marriage.

Wells Fargo and BlogHer “What is your relationship with money” contest winner – Jillian Warner. My relationship with money is like a good marriage: respectful, honest and sometimes just carefree and fun. I pick my battles and choose what… Continue reading

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Becoming friends with my money

Wells Fargo and BlogHer “What is your relationship with money” contest winner – Amy Fulcher. I haven’t always been friends with my money. There was a time when I tried to send it away whenever it came near me…. Continue reading

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The butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker: who are your go-to experts?

No woman is an island, and as we manage our crazy-busy lives, we all rely on other people to keep us in order and help us save money. In the village days of yore, those service providers were once… Continue reading

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Have a conversation with a financial advisor

Here are three reasons I believe in working with a financial advisor – an advisor who not just looks at your portfolio but at your life and all its financial-moving pieces. 42 percent of people who work with a financial… Continue reading

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