Women face more obstacles to a secure retirement than men, for a combination of reasons having to do with longevity, lower earnings and often lack in savings and ...
Lori and Marek Fuchs have never fought in their 16 years of marriage — except over money.
This week, the Fuchs take stock at home and try to figure out how to tighten the best just a bit more.
No one is perfect when it comes to financial planning. But you can learn from your mistakes or, at least, cross your fingers in the hope.
This week, the Fuchs talk about doing charity for the holidays instead of gifts. He claims it’ll teach a lesson and save a buck. She thinks he's cheap.
This week, the Fuchs talk about making financial planning resolutions for New Year’s. Should a married couple go it alone?
Are couples with different spending styles at a permanent and unfixable impasse? A real married couple debates the issue.
Can a married couple work together to fix a broken plan in time for a happy holiday? Or will the kids cry?
This round, she says he's crazy for agreeing with a columnist who says college is a waste of money. He tries to explain, but hardly gets a word in.
This round: He asks, what do we want our children to learn from the recession? She says, why so many metaphors? It’s really annoying.
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