How to Trick Your Date Into Revealing Their Financial Status

Ask them about their family.

The Lies We Tell the People We Love

When you start dating someone, it’s hard to trust them with the truth about your—or your family’s—financial situation.

Today’s Ask A Manager Is the Best Ask A Manager Ever

“I ghosted my ex, and she’s about to be my new boss.”

What My Grandpa Left Me

Money and success and stability weighed down on my grandpa for most of his life.

Why I’m Not Combining My Money With My Partner’s

Or, how our parents’ experiences affect the way we handle money in relationships.

Trading a Friend for a Couch

When friends become roommates.

On Money and Men

The longer we were together, the more I realized that just because someone is smart doesn’t mean they’re automatically smart with money.

On Joint Accounts and Cappuccinos

When you share a bank account, how do you treat each other?

This Is About Change

I collect those souvenir pennies that you get by placing fifty-one cents into a machine at a tourist attraction and turning a big crank.

When You’re On a First Date, Who Pays?

The Why Oh Why podcast asks the question—and gets several different answers.