A special report focused on managing financial issues with the one you love
February 8, 2009, Englewood Cliffs, NJ - With Valentine's Day just around the corner, CNBC.com (www.cnbc.com) presents, Love & Money (http://www.cnbc.com/id/34510715), an annual special report filled with information and advice on handling finances with family and loved ones in a challenging economy as well as insights into what companies might benefit from the upcoming day of romance.
"Love & Money" features:
· Five Ways To Save Your Marriage(http://www.cnbc.com/id/35181405): While it might not be romantic, deciding to pay down the credit card bills instead of buying flowers might be the best gift of all this Valentines Day. Find out the secrets of couples that have saved together and stayed together.
· How To Cope When Two Incomes Becomes One (http://www.cnbc.com/id/34843891): Whatever the reason, making the switch from two incomes to one can test the mettle of even the most financially fit families. Learn the tips on what it takes to surviving on a single salary.
· How To Lend Money To Friends And Family (http://www.cnbc.com/id/34843871): Putting out money for family members and good friends is always risky business. If you must, there are guidelines to make it rational, reasonable—and legal.
· Same-Sex Couples Face Different Pitfalls (http://www.cnbc.com/id/34843897): There are a host of financial and legal scenarios for which you need to be prepared--in some cases, simply by leaving your home state. From creating a comprehensive estate plan and understanding how to properly file your taxes to protecting yourself when traveling out-of-state, find out the planning that you need to do to fully protect your union.
· Stocks You May Love on Valentine’s (http://www.cnbc.com/id/35216866)- While it is traditionally not a great week for the markets, there are some companies that may benefit from Valentine's spending even in this challenging economy.
· All In The Family—Making Money Talk Easier (http://www.cnbc.com/id/34843940) - Talking about money with family can be extremely stressful, but it is possible to do it and do it well. Here are some simple rules to follow before you start the conversation.
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