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You may have noticed that more and more women are going into business for themselves as consultants, coaches and small business owners. Which is fantastic to see! But there is a problem. Continue reading
Welcome to the 4th video in our Q&A series where you get to ask the questions.
Today the two questions are from Susan and Jeff.
Susan asks, – I’ve paid off all my debt, now what?
Jeff asks, – My income keeps going up but I don’t have anything left over and I’m not any happier. What’s going on?
Send us any question you have, nothing is too small and don’t even think about it being silly!
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Financial infidelity tends not to be seen as serious as having an affair. The reality is, it is a major breach of trust and the damage it causes a relationship can have long term consequences. And then there’s the financial fallout to deal with.
Financial infidelity can seem harmless enough, buying something that you really know you shouldn’t and hiding it away. You bring it out saying breezily, “oh, I’ve had this for ages.” Both men and women do this. For many couples, financial infidelity stops there. But for others it can escalate to real financial harm and relationship breakdown. Continue reading
When we think of financial abuse the picture that pops into your mind is probably the same as mine; the elderly person with over aggressive family members (or carers) forcing them to hand over their savings and leaving them with nothing.
This does happen, unfortunately it features in the media all too often. But there is also another, maybe even darker type of financial abuse happening and that’s to intelligent women (~70% of financial abuse cases are women). They are left with nothing because their partners have financially abused them and left. Continue reading
It’s your first date, you have had a lovely meal and the bill arrives. What happens next?
According to a survey by Nerdwallet in 2014 (1,000 respondents in the USA who are in a relationship) 77.4% believe that the man should pick up the tab. It looks as though traditional gender roles when it comes to money are alive.
Both men and women think this, but men are a little more likely to think this way. Continue reading