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Living Together: A Financial Contract for Unmarried Couples

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A contract is no more than an agreement to do (or not to do) something. It contains promises made by one person in exchange for another’s actions or promises. Marriage is a contractual relationship, even though the “terms” of the contract are rarely stated explicitly, or even known, by the marrying couple. Saying “I do” commits a couple to a ... Read More »

    MTV Looking for Person with Money Troubles for Show

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    MTV contacted me and is looking for someone to appear on one of their shows, True Life. The information is below if you interested in being on television. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Need More Help? True Life is MTV’s award-winning series that covers diverse topics that are important to our audience, ranging from pop culture ... Read More »

      Apparently People In Debt Don’t Find Love, Unless You Find Another Debtor

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      Well apparently CNN is struggling to find some breaking news so a crew was available to do a story on dating and debt. It’s worth a look. Embedded video from CNN Video Read More »

        Therapist: Financial Infidelity Can End Couples

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        Therapist: Financial Infidelity Can End Couples Fox5 KVVU, NV - 41 minutes ago It can be anything from keeping credit card debt a secret to hiding money from a spouse. "I'd say finances and financial stress is one of the number one ... Read More »

          I Wonder Where My Sister is and Who She is Today

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          The last time I talked to my sister was probably in 2002. The irony is that the very thing that I do, help people with money problems, caused a rift between us that seems too big to repair, although I’d like to. Mary and her husband were having money issues and my parents wanted to find a way to help ... Read More »

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