@Lisa Lenner@facebook YES PLEASE!
Does anybody else remember Brian and Lisa move in together? I loved that level of detail. I wonder how those two are doing! This article is all pretty good advice but borderline common sense (though cute and funny!). I'd love to read more on this topic written by somebody who is having more trouble making it all work.
I cannot think of a single time this has ever happened to me! And I love approaching problems with humour!
I need to try on glasses (I got my first prescription about a month ago, and I'm afraid to order online without knowing anything about what kind of glasses look good on my face)
I've read some comments asking for April or May to be Wedding month, but I'd also love to read more generally about couples combining finances (whether or not that involves splitting a wedding or even getting married at all). Mostly, I want to hear more about pre-nups!
I often look at stuff for a while with a real intention to buy, before deciding I don't really need it (bluetooth speakers, fancy kitchen equipment), but the only repeat offenders are flights and houses
@swirrlygrrl Yeah, it's definitely not anti-feminist! It's my dream, too!
On In Which I Answer a Question About Marriage and Finances That 'Call Your Girlfriend' Asked Us in October
@Lemon I love this, and didn't know it had a name! I've only heard of people using it to split rent proportionately, but there's no reason to not apply it to other expenses between a couple as well. Cool!
In the US, is tuition not deductible? After I graduated, I had my entire tuition (around $40k over my Canadian undergrad) that I could use against federal and provincial taxes, and carry over the rest to the next year(s). I got two years in a row of huge returns that I used to pay off my student debt! Is this just Canada?