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  1. my two cents
    ‘My Elderly Parents Refuse to Make a Will’Be respectful. A lot of people — especially older ones — hate talking about things they don’t understand.
  2. my two cents
    Erika Kullberg Reads the Fine PrintFrom broke law student to 20 million followers and a bank account to match.
  3. first person
    I’m a TV Writer on Food StampsWhile writers like me struggle to make ends meet, Hollywood studios get rich off the content we create.
  4. my two cents
    ‘My Parents Would Be Horrified’What happens when you overspend on buy-now, pay-later platforms.
  5. my two cents
    How to Survive a LayoffEven if you don’t see it coming.
  6. my two cents
    ‘I Got $300,000 in a Personal Injury Settlement. What Do I Do With It?’Find a financial planner you trust, and ignore everyone else.
  7. my two cents
    What If Spending Money Felt … Good?Ramit Sethi wants you to stop feeling bad about your finances.
  8. my two cents
    ‘How Can I Afford to Pay $8,000 for Bachelorette Parties?’Remember, this period in your life is finite.
  9. my two cents
    ‘I’m 8 Months Pregnant and I Just Got Laid Off’Rally your support system. This is what it’s for.
  10. it’s over
    How Rich People Get Divorced in SecretThose with upwards of $600 an hour to spare can make like Brangelina and hire a private judge.
  11. how i get it done
    How Designer and Artist (and New Mom) Sarah Nsikak Gets It Done“Guilt isn’t going to help me be there for my daughter more. If she’s with the right person, she is fine, and I should feel good about that.”
  12. my two cents
    Why You (Probably) Shouldn’t Get a PrenupAdvice from a prenup expert who thinks most couples should steer clear.
  13. my two cents
    ‘Do I Need to Pay My Husband Back for My Medical Bills?’You don’t owe him money. But you do need to acknowledge that you made some mistakes.
  14. my two cents
    ‘What Happens If I Just Don’t Pay My Taxes?’It’s bad, but not THAT bad.
  15. my two cents
    The Only (Sort of) Fun Thing About TaxesYes, you can write those drinks off your taxes! (Sometimes.)
  16. my two cents
    ‘I Inherited Millions From My Mother, and Everyone Knows’Most people probably aren’t thinking about your money — they just want to be there for you as you grieve.
  17. my two cents
    ‘My Boyfriend Sucks at Gifts’It’s time to bring this up with him more directly. But remember — gifts are supposed to be fun.
  18. money talks
    The Matchmaker Who Doesn’t (Always) Work With Millionaires“I want to work with all sorts of people, not just wealthy ones.”
  19. money talks
    ‘People Can Do Everything Right and Still Be Broke‘Dasha Kennedy creates safe spaces for women left behind by traditional financial advice.
  20. my two cents
    ‘Saving Money Is Ruining My Social Life’Don’t lecture your friends on their finances. If they want to change, they will.
  21. my two cents
    ‘Do I Need to Attend All of My Boyfriend’s Friends’ Weddings?’Start by examining your priorities.
  22. my two cents
    ‘Why Am I So Bad With Money?’Forget the big picture. You need to take small concrete steps.
  23. my two cents
    How to Deal With ‘Inflation Creep’The sneaky, maddening phenomenon of not being able to afford your life anymore.
  24. my two cents
    A Late Person’s Guide to Being on TimeBecause running late gets expensive.
  25. my two cents
    Is a ‘Money Diet’ As Terrible As It Sounds?Here’s how to cut back on spending without depriving yourself.
  26. my two cents
    How to Donate Money Even If You Don’t Have a Lot to GiveFive steps to effective giving.
  27. my two cents
    What to Do About That Credit-Card DebtA four-step plan for getting rid of your holiday-debt hangover.
  28. my two cents
    ‘How Do I Get Through the Holidays When I’m Already Broke?’You can still enjoy yourself! You just need a plan.
  29. my two cents
    How Can I Offer My Brother Money Without Insulting Him?Be honest and clear, and make sure he feels heard.
  30. my two cents
    How to Buy the Best Gifts With Less Money and TimeIt’s simple: Ask people what they want.
  31. my two cents
    ‘Do I Need to Buy Gifts for My Boyfriend’s Family?’Not necessarily, but it’s a good idea to rethink your gifting plans in general.
  32. money talks
    What It Takes to Run a Day-Care Center“I’m absolutely exhausted. I don’t know anyone who works in child care who isn’t.”
  33. money talks
    ‘I Regret Letting My Dad Pay for My Wedding’Talking with a bride-to-be who wishes she’d never cashed the check.
  34. my two cents
    ‘Do I Need to Pay for My New Stepkids’ Stuff?’They shouldn’t feel like an obligation. Here’s how to be supportive in a way that feels fair.
  35. my two cents
    ‘Should I Sell My House and Move Back to New York?’It’s time to step back and research your options before you make another move.
  36. my two cents
    ‘What’s the Best Way to Split Expenses With My Partner?’Now that you’ve figured out which costs to share, it’s time to find a budgeting system that works for both of you.
  37. my two cents
    ‘I’m a New Parent and Our Finances Are a Mess’You need a loose, forgiving plan that helps you feel more in control.
  38. student loans
    How to Get Your Student Debt CanceledApplications for student-debt cancellation should be available in early October. The sooner you file, the better.
  39. money talks
    3 Women on How Much It Cost to Get Married in 2022“My sense of money got so warped that it stopped being real to me.”
  40. my two cents
    ‘What If I Never Own a Home?’Homeownership isn’t all it’s cracked up to be — especially in this market.
  41. money talks
    ‘What Happened After I Quit’Five women reflect on the financial fallout of their own “Great Resignation,” a year later.
  42. my two cents
    ‘Should I Let My Estranged Dad Pay My Student Loans?’If you can, just take the money and run.
  43. my two cents
    ‘How Do I Tell My Friends About My Six-Figure Inheritance?’To start, ask yourself what you hope to accomplish by telling them.
  44. my two cents
    ‘I’m Finally Making $55K, But I’m Scared It Won’t Last’The best antidote to anxiety is to create a safety net.
  45. student loan forgiveness
    What to Know About Biden’s Student-Debt PlanThe president announced he will cancel up to $10,000 in federal loan payments for Americans making under $125,000.
  46. love and war
    I Will Never Share a Bank Account With My HusbandI’ll give up my name, but never my financial independence.
  47. my two cents
    ‘I’m Good at Saving, But I’m Still Miserable’Not to oversimplify matters, but what if you thought about money less?
  48. my two cents
    I Know I Should Invest My Money, But It Makes Me AnxiousActually, putting your money in the market is the less risky option in the long-term.
  49. my two cents
    My Fiancée Has a Ton of Debt. Should We Do a Prenup?First, make sure you understand what prenups can and cannot do.
  50. my two cents
    What Can We Learn From Recessions Past?Advice for handling the next downturn based on previous ones.
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