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How to Hide Money from Your Hu.And Other Time-Honored Ways to Build A Nest Egg: The Best Kept Secret of Marriage

Evans, Heidi

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ISBN 10: 0684841878 / ISBN 13: 9780684841878
Verlag: Simon & Schuster, 1999
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Titel: How to Hide Money from Your Hu.And Other ...

Verlag: Simon & Schuster

Erscheinungsdatum: 1999

Einband: Hardcover

Zustand:Very Good

Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Dust Jacket Included

Auflage: 1st Edition

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When Heidi Evans's ninety-one-year-old aunt died, her sons were dumbstruck to discover a bankbook with a balance of $50,000 hidden in her top drawer. She had been a devoted housewife and mother all of her adult life -- so where had the money come from? But the women in the family just smiled. They knew. Like generations of women, Aunt Lee had been building a nest egg, stashing away a few dollars a week from her household allowance (and maybe sometimes from Uncle Irving's pockets) so that she could have a little money of her very own -- for a rainy day, for her kids, or just to pay for her dreams.

Now Evans revives this age-old practice of stowing away money and shows women of all ages how a nest egg can make marriage more secure and more fun, and divorce or widowhood less devastating. This award-winning journalist shows us just how the nest egg works by introducing us to a fascinating variety of women whose marriages have been marked by the war over money. These intimate and revealing stories give us a clear view of the financial landscape within marriage today, from relationships in which men control the money -- and their wives -- to families in which women can openly save their own money for the years ahead.

And so we meet Veronica, a hair colorist in her twenties who stashes $20 a day from her tips so she can pay for the little luxuries she and her new husband would like. And Meryl, whose husband left her for a younger woman after twenty-five years of marriage and who now finds that divorce has generated a desperate need for private savings. Later, we meet Irene, a seventy-seven-year-old for whom early widowhood might have meant poverty for her and her sons if she hadn't been so smart about creating a nest egg.

The age-old tradition of the nest egg has become more important for women than ever. Indeed, financial security is the number-one problem facing women today, in and out of marriage. Women are still earning only 76 cents to every dollar earned by men and champing at the bit to have equal footing -- or at least the ability to buy that third pair of black pumps without an argument. What to do? Save a little for yourself...with the full knowledge of your husband (if you can) or on the sly (if you must). Whether you pick your husband's pockets or work like a dog for your own paycheck, money is marriage insurance, and it's nonnegotiable.

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While researching a Wall Street Journal story on married women and money, journalist Heidi Evans discovered that secret savings accounts were commonplace--regardless of age, background, and economic status. In How to Hide Money from Your Husband ... and Other Time-Honored Ways to Build a Nest Egg, Evans explores the advantages of stashing personal cash from the eyes (and control) of a spouse while outlining a series of ways that it can effectively be done. Evans argues that, given the uncertainties of modern life, such behavior may be necessary: "Face facts, ladies. Virtually half of you will be divorced in your lifetime. Are you financially prepared for what comes next?" She presents stories of women who are already stockpiling money in closets, mutual funds, and even real estate, and offers suggestions and observations from the likes of Ann Landers, psychotherapist Sharyn Wolf, and divorce attorney Myrna Felder. Those in secure and fiscally balanced relationships may balk at her contentions, but Evans asserts that such activity can also strengthen a good marriage by creating resources that could eventually be used for the benefit of both partners. --Howard Rothman

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