Singles advice guru Marnie Macauley has humorous and savvy solutions for singles struggling with money problems in their relationships. Relationships are as much about “business” as they are about bathing together in Bollinger.
Dear Marnie: My boyfriend and I have been living together for six months and we constantly fight about money.
MARNIE SAYS: First, I salute anyone with the courage to give up the “safe” life and strike her own claim. With these ground rules in place, if (heaven forbid), the biz bombs, this plan will up your chances of tidying up without mucking up your relationship or your credit rating. Advice guru Marnie Winston-Macauley — therapist, author, speaker — has been a radio, TV, and syndicated advice columnist and counselor for over 20 years.


Despite having practiced accountancy and law, I could never have come up with the sage advice you are offering. Obviously, your special training and experience enable you to mete out very practical suggestions.
Without collateral, you have to borrow high risk capital and give a good chunk of your business away. We know you adore artists so find one who’s actually sold a painting and might sell another in his lifetime.
Financial disputes are among the leading cause of break-ups among couples and even friends.
As I get a migraine budgeting my checkbook, I checked with marketing guru and CEO of BluBlocker Sunglasses, Joe Sugarman.


I’m often invited to a pricey golf club where I see very affluent couples, and I’m not ashamed to admit, I want to marry rich. When these passionate lovers moved in together he suddenly learned that her money was hers … and that his money was hers too. Though he agreed to help me financially, I find I’m unable to ask him for the money I need.
Even though I’ve used up my savings and don’t know how I’ll pay next month’s rent, I still can’t seem to tell him I need help!



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