Discussion 2 - 1) In "All Your Worth", what did...

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1) In "All Your Worth", what did you think of the Warren's 8 golden rules of money and relationships? What did you think of their 3 keys to working with a partner who refuses to change? 2) How important do you think money issues are in causing problems in relationships? How much of America's high divorce rate do you think is attributable to them? 3) In the Warren's books, we see that today's epidemic of financial distress is predominantly due to overspending on Must-Haves, and the single most important piece of advice in this course is once you graduate and have settled into a stable job, your Must-Haves should be less than 50% of your after tax pay. Nonetheless, it is important to keep your Wants spending under control too, and to get the most out of that money. Towards that end, what are some suggestions for enjoyable things which cost little or no money? 4) What did you think of the articles "Investment Strategy" and "A Tale of Three Couples"? 5) What did you think of the "Course Conclusion" article?
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course INDV 102 taught by Professor Polakowski during the Winter '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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