2018 Update: We still think this was a great discussion on dating at work, but you may also want to check out our more recent discussions on love, including dating advice for career-driven women. Ladies, what are your thoughts on dating at work? Have you ever dated a coworker? What do you think are the rules for dating officemates? With Valentine’s Day … Read More about Dating at Work: Stories and Lessons from Working Women
We haven’t done a Money Milestone series in a while, in part because I’ve been a bit trepidatious about this one. I keep reading that divorce can decimate your finances, and there are numerous things you should do in advance of, during, and after a divorce. However: I’m happily married (knock on wood). I still … Read More about How to Survive Divorce, Financially (And Other Tips on Divorce Finances)
2018 Update: We still think this is a great guest post with tips on online dating for professional women, but you may also want to check out our more recent discussions on love, including dating advice for career-driven women. Online dating is something we’ve discussed from time to time on Corporette, such as when we asked you for … Read More about Guest Post: Online Dating for Professional Women
What are the financial implications of getting married — and how does your wedding budget affect your overall financial health? What other major milestones affect your financial health? I’ve often read that how you handle a few major milestones in your life — wedding! grad school! baby! buying a house! divorce! retirement! — can have … Read More about Tales from the Wallet: Wedding Finances
2018 Update: We still think this is a great discussion on whether women breadwinners can level the financial playing field — but you may also want to check out our more recent discussion on when women out earn their partners. Women breadwinners is a topic we’ve touched on before: we answered a reader question about dating … Read More about Guest Post: Women Breadwinners Can Level the Financial Playing Field
2018 Update: We’ve still stand by this discussion on married money management methods and have updated links; you may also want to check out some of our more recent discussions about money. We’ve talked about how to keep track of many accounts — but I don’t think we’ve ever talked about which money management method … Read More about Tales from the Wallet: Different Money Management Methods for Marriage and Partnerships
What should you wear to your husband’s boss’s dinner party? How does plus-one style (in appearance as well as approach) differ? Reader L wonders… My husband and I are both lawyers in our late (or, more accurately lates-est) twenties. He recently accepted an associate position at a new firm, and one of the shareholders … Read More about Plus-One Style: Dinner at Your Husband’s Boss’s House
Ever had a great career opportunity — but the timing was wrong because of Life? Here’s how to turn down opportunities…
Who manages the money in your house — you? your partner? everyone? This came up recently with a friend, and I thought it might be an interesting open thread. For those of you without a partner, do you want to stay in charge of your finances — or will you be happy to give that … Read More about Tales from the Wallet: Who Manages the Money In Your House?
2021 Update: We still stand by this “time to break it off” dating test; you may also want to check out our more recent discussions on love, including dating advice for career-driven women. How do you know when a dating relationship isn’t worth pursuing? How do you know when to break it off with a romantic interest? I … Read More about Kat’s “Time to Break it Off” Test (and other Dating Thoughts)
Reader C has a great question about how to deal with her fiance, who wants her to sign a pre-nuptial agreement… should she sign a pre-nup, readers? After 7 years of dating (since my junior year of college) and one year of being engaged, my fiance just brought them up. Both of us have advanced … Read More about Love, Marriage, and Pre-Nups
We’ve talked about dating a bit on this site — how to squeeze dating into your busy schedule, how to date someone who’s extremely busy, and how to date someone who is far less busy than you. But it’s been a long time (4 years!) since we talked about the actual mechanics of dating, and … Read More about Open Thread: What Are Your Favorite Ways to Meet People to Date?