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When You Can’t Stop Competing With Your Spouse

Couples are supposed to operate as a team, but sometimes they compete instead. It’s often a sign of envy, which can fester and create resentments. By Elizabeth Bernstein When Fila and Jason Antwine sat down to play Monopoly a while back with their young son, they had a goal in mind: to show their child how to have fun and compete while being a good sport. Then they forgot he was … [Read more...]

Baby Boomers Get More Selective About Friends

Today’s 55-to-64-year-olds are less socially engaged than people the same age 20 years ago. Researchers want to know why. Are baby boomers anti-social? Members of the baby boom generation, especially those 55 to 64 years old, are less socially engaged than people the same age 20 years ago, according to researchers at the Stanford Center on Longevity. The big question is why, says Tamara … [Read more...]

A Plan for Your Children Could Save Your Retirement

Steps you take when they’re young could launch them toward financial independence and get them out of the nest with no hurt feelings Financial advisers are adding a new wrinkle to retirement planning: a launch plan to prepare clients’ children to leave the nest when they’re grown adults in the not-so-distant future. This can get touchy. Some parents are reluctant to think about letting go, … [Read more...]

Hurry Up and Get A Divorce? The Rich Have an Incentive

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Sonya Coffman Wins Unanimous Custody Verdict for Father in Week-long Jury Trial

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The Food That Helps Battle Depression

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Six Questions to Ask a Financial Adviser About Fees

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How to Protect Yourself from an Online Dating Scam

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How to Spot Teenage Depression

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How to Raise More Grateful Children

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