Table of contents for Isn't it their turn to pick up the check? : dealing with all the trickiest money problems between family and friends, from serial borrowers to serious cheapskates / by Jeanne Fleming and Leonard Schwarz.

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Contents
1. I¿ll take the flu.
2. Family Trouble
3. Borrowers and Lenders Behaving Badly
4. To Lend or Not to Lend
5. You Said What? Misunderstandings and Ambiguities
6. Rich Brother, Poor Brother
7. Rich Friend, Poor Friend
8. When Gifts Come with Strings
9. Promises, Promises
10. Steven¿s an Ingrate, Karen¿s a Drug Addict, and the Grandkids Have Never
 Saved a Penny in their Lives: Preparing Your Will in an Imperfect World
11. Eyes on the Prize: Children Anticipating Inheritances
12. After the Funeral: Who Gets What
13. Neighbor Problems
14. You Did What to My Car?
15. A Deal¿s a Deal
16. The Wedding Bill Blues
17. Parents and Kids
18. Cheating on the Friendship
Notes
Acknowledgments
Isn¿t It Their Turn to Pick Up the Check?

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Money -- Social aspects.
Interpersonal relations -- Economic aspects.
Family -- Economic aspects.
Inheritance and succession -- Social aspects.
Money -- Psychological aspects.