How to Tell If You’re Being Financially Gaslit

As much as money can seem concrete and objective, expert liars can still manipulate their romantic partners into believing they have more or less cash than they really do

Grief, Guilt and Inheritance: Why Money Doesn’t Make Loss Any Easier

While a sudden windfall might change how a person grieves, it doesn’t necessarily make the process any easier. Sometimes, it can even make letting go more difficult

How to Tell When an Argument About Money Is Really About Something Else

When fights about finances aren’t easily resolved, it’s often because they’re about a deeper issue. We asked couples counselors and financial planners how to tell the difference between the two

How to Make Fair Financial Decisions When Your Partner Earns Significantly More Than You

It might seem important to emphasize equitability when it comes to financial decisions in couples with large gaps in income, but that approach can actually be a sign of deeper trust issues