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‘Till Debt Do Us Part

Posted Thursday, January 29, 2015

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‘Till Debt Do Us Part That part of a marriage vow that goes "for richer or poorer" is a bit tricky: Money kills a lot of relationships. Research suggest money squabbles are the best predictor of divorce. And it's not just about how much money, but who controls it and how it's spent. Are you and your partner on the same spreadsheet? On this edition of the Sound of Ideas, we consult experts, and you, for ideas on how to manage money in a relationship.

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Amy Wirtz, attorney, Skirbunt, Skirbunt & Wirtz LLC
Rebecca Murphy, Certified Divorce Professional & Financial Planner
Kevin Myeroff, financial planner, NCA Financial
Alan Federman, marriage counselor

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