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Michelle Singletary column: family financial feuds

Money is one of the biggest things that couples have disagreements about.
Money is one of the biggest things that couples have disagreements about. Reuters/File 2013

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One of the top issues couples fight about is money. But this same type of drama can play out between siblings, parents, and extended family members. I’ve learned from having my own share of family financial issues.

So I’m here to help with another installment of my occasional feature about family financial feuds. If you have a feud going on and want an independent opinion, send me an e-mail at colorofmoney@washpost.com. Put “Family Feud” in the subject line.

Already this year during my weekly online discussions (Thursdays at noon Eastern time), some readers have asked me to weigh in on family financial issues that are causing conflict.

During one chat, there was a discussion of parents paying for college. I think they should. Others don’t agree.

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