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Love & Money TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION STAGE ONE The Formative Years: Financial Fundamentals Budgets are Like Diets-Everyone Cheats: Developing a Spending Plan Are We What We Owe? Controlling Debt Small Change is Real Money: Managing Your Spending Emergency Savings: Preparing for the Unexpected Costs of Life STAGE TWO The Early Years: Building a Life Together Speak Now or ... Forever You'll Regret It: Gauging Financial Compatibility The Perils of His and Hers Accounts: Merging Finances Money Laundering: Curtailing Surreptitious Spending Does Money Equal Power in a Marriage? Balancing the Salary Equation STAGE THREE The Kiddie Years: Big Dollars for Little People Having Children: Evaluating the Financial Implications "All My Friends Have One!" Managing Kids and Their Material Wants From Allowance to Summer Jobs: Teaching Kids About Earning Dollars Speaking in Code: Understanding Your Messages About Money STAGE FOUR The Middle Yeas: Re-Evaluating Your Life One Income or Two? Making a Choice About Lifestyle The Trials of Being the Trailing Spouse: Following Your Dreams You Take Paris ... I'll Take Vietnam: When Vacation Desires Diverge When Financial Incompatibilities Arise: The Art of the Compromise STAGE FIVE The Later Years: Planning the Future Retirement, Part I: Obsessing About Your Future Retirement, Part II: Making Sure Your Dreams are in Sync College Savings 101: Pass or Fail When Parents Need Money: Deciding When You Can You say 'No'? CONCLUSION
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Finance, Personal, Couples Finance, Personal