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If you want financial peace in your relationship follow these “house rules.” Take this couples and money quiz from Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine. Perfect score, although I didn’t agree with some of the “right” answers.Still, the quiz can be a great conversation starter for a number of topics including spending, paying off debt and saving for retirement.With the right attitude, even financially incompatible couples can live happily ever after.” Color Money question of the week Do you think it’s okay to keep financial secrets from your spouse or significant other? — Why do you think the percentage of people keeping secrets was higher for baby boomers?— Have you ever experienced financial infidelity, and if so, how did that make you fee? In the subject line, put “Love and Money.” And, so that I don’t cause any more conflict, it’s okay if you want to use just your first name. Live chat today Join me for a live discussion about financial infidelity. We are all told to be careful about what we post on social media.

And poor retirees will be a drain on our economy and social culture. To read previous Color of Money columns, go to washingtonpost.com/business.

Reality has a different plan.” Caryl from New York wrote that her husband’s Teamsters’ pension has been drastically cut. There’s another cut this month bringing it down to 6. It’s too late in the game to start saving for retirement.

The pension payments from day one were our savings.” Julia from Virginia: “I’m a retired federal employee under the Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) program and I am afraid that Trump and his ilk will cut existing pensions, not just reduce pension benefits for the new hires.” Tom Wahl of Monument, Colo.: “My wife is retired Air Force and I’m not afraid that her pension will be cut.

The four left Brooklyn, New York, on June 26, 2015, for a weekend of shopping and dining in the Hampton Roads area, police said.

They were returning home when they were stopped by police for driving 76 in a 55 mile per hour zone, according to testimony in Northampton County Circuit Court.

She is a great person — always pushing me to do the right thing! ” That tweet was then retweeted from the official White House government @POTUS account.

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