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Living With Money

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    I’m Not Saving 90 Percent of My Income for MyselfAfter all they’ve done for me, I owe it to my parents to support them.
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    What It’s Like to Grow Up With More Money Than You’ll Ever SpendAbigail Disney, heiress to the Disney fortune, on being raised with wealth.
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    The Slippery Slope of Dating Someone With a Trust Fund“It was great to eat at nice restaurants and go on cool trips, but it was also scary and weird.”
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    My Deep, Burning Class RageI’m angry at everyone who’s had it easy.
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    The Year I Destroyed My FinancesI asked myself, who made these rules and what’s really going to happen if I don’t follow them?
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    I Retired at 38. Here’s What I Didn’t Expect.Quitting my career in my prime wasn’t as easy as I thought it would be.
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    What Happened When I Unwittingly Married Into Money“It’s such a stark contrast to my immigrant family upbringing, when I was always keenly aware that I was the ‘poorest’ of my friends.”
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    I’m Cheap But I’m Still Fun and Have Friends!I swear!
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    I Sold Everything to Live on a Boat With My FamilyWe wanted a yard but bought a boat and quit our jobs instead.
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    What I Wish I’d Done In My 20s To Have More Money In My 30sPlease make better decisions than I did.
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    I’m 30 and Planning on Retiring in 10 YearsYou don’t have to be rich or crazy to retire early.
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    My Mom’s Budgeting Advice Helped Me Pay Off Loans and Buy a HouseAnd I did it all before graduating from college.
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    ‘I Bought a Brooklyn Apartment on a Librarian’s Salary’A lesson in saving.
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    I’m 34 and My Parents Still Give Me a Clothing AllowanceIt was always important to my mom that we look our best.
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    I Was a Shopping Addict With a Bottomless Bank AccountMy husband had no idea that I had $25,000 on my Saks credit card.
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    What It’s Really Like to Have a Trust FundAt first, I felt like I was set for life — but I didn’t realize just how expensive life is.