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What Every Woman Should Know about Her Husband's Money

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Now revised and updated in trade paper, Shelby White's advice on pooled incomes, shared investments, divorce settlements, wills, and other money matters is essential reading for any woman concerned about her financial well-being.
Paperback, 276 pages
Published August 1st 2000 by (first published December 29th 1992)
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Sep 28, 2011 Angela rated it did not like it
I started reading this book, and got annoyed right off. It assumes that the wife doesn't know anything about the financials, and that the man controls the $. I think this is true in many marriages, and especially in the past it was true. HOWEVER -- while my husband's paycheck is more than mine, I don't feel he controls the $$. He doesn't purchase stuff just on a whim, without discussing with me, and neither do I (for the most part...I probably do it more than he does). And we go to the accountan ...more
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