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Charlotte Cowles

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  1. payday
    How to Ask for More Money Than You Ever Thought PossibleAnna Sale says “men were like, ‘Just ask for what you don’t think you can get and see what happens.’”
  2. my two cents
    When Lying to Yourself Pays OffWhat do you do when you need to think positive but can’t? Fake it.
  3. my two cents
    How Scammers Trick People Into Thinking They’re WealthyWhat separates a grand larcenist from a would-be mooch?
  4. my two cents
    When Two Bank Accounts Become OneCould pooling your finances make you happier?
  5. my two cents
    ‘I’m Terrified of Messing Up Now That I’m Out of Debt’So you made some money mistakes in your 20s. Here’s how to get back on track.
  6. get that money
    When Asking for More Money BackfiresYou need a raise. But getting it isn’t always a yes-or-no question.
  7. living with money
    The Slippery Slope of Dating Someone With a Trust Fund“It was great to eat at nice restaurants and go on cool trips, but it was also scary and weird.”
  8. my two cents
    The Fear of Losing It AllWhat happens to your brain when you worry about money.
  9. work
    How I Get It Done: Suze Orman Gives Money Advice From Her Private Island“I do not wear makeup when I’m on the island. I don’t care what my hair looks like.”
  10. q&a
    Cat Marnell Pays Taxes NowAfter two years of living abroad in cheap hotels, the writer is ready to get back to work.
  11. my two cents
    My Parents Think I Can’t Support Myself Financially. What If They’re Right?You’re the one who needs convincing, not your parents.
  12. q&a
    How I Get It Done: Money Expert Farnoosh Torabi Splurges on a Personal StylistThe author and podcast host on being the breadwinner, affording a personal stylist, and splitting finances with her husband.
  13. living with money
    My Deep, Burning Class RageI’m angry at everyone who’s had it easy.
  14. my two cents
    Welcome to Your Financial ReckoningTax season is here. It’s time to get in control.
  15. living with money
    The Year I Destroyed My FinancesI asked myself, who made these rules and what’s really going to happen if I don’t follow them?
  16. living with money
    I Retired at 38. Here’s What I Didn’t Expect.Quitting my career in my prime wasn’t as easy as I thought it would be.
  17. my two cents
    The Freelancer’s Guide to Feeling Good About MoneyFive tips for keeping track of your finances when you become your own boss.
  18. my two cents
    5 Money Questions to Ask Before Moving in TogetherRomance and money may seem like unlikely bedfellows, but it’s usually necessary to mix the two.
  19. my two cents
    The Psychological Trap of FreelancingThe time-is-money mind-set is hard to escape.
  20. my two cents
    How to Survive a LayoffMake sure you walk away with the best deal possible.
  21. my two cents
    Is Clutter Also Making You Bad With Money?Marie Kondo’s philosophy can make you rethink spending.
  22. my two cents
    ‘I Make a Six-Figure Salary But I’m Still Always Broke’There is a way to train your brain to stop wanting to buy things, even after years and years of feeling like you need them.
  23. my two cents
    Should You Try a ‘Money Punishment’ in 2019?A budgeting strategy for your inner masochist.
  24. my two cents
    6 Ways to Feel Better About Your Money in 2019Advice for starting fresh in the new year, regardless of how your bank account currently looks.
  25. my two cents
    How Much Does It Actually Cost to Give Birth?There are ways to make your hospital bill less of a mystery.
  26. my two cents
    Older Women Are the Best Money MentorsFinding someone whose advice you trust is one of the best financial moves you can make.
  27. my two cents
    How to Know If Your Partner Is Financially ‘Cheating’ in Your RelationshipA surprising percentage of us are dishonest about money without realizing it.
  28. my two cents
    8 Ways to Not Go Broke This Holiday SeasonDon’t enter 2019 in debt.
  29. my two cents
    What to Know About the Cost of an AbortionThe future of your right to choose may be uncertain these days, and its monetary cost may be even more so.
  30. my two cents
    ‘After My Parents Died, I Got Enough Money to Buy an Apartment in Cash’Will it ever stop feeling weird?
  31. living with money
    I’m 30 and Planning on Retiring in 10 YearsYou don’t have to be rich or crazy to retire early.
  32. how i get it done
    How I Get It Done: Beth Comstock, Former Vice Chair of General Electric“I’ve been to conferences where women were so outnumbered that they turned the ladies’ room into a men’s room.”
  33. my two cents
    My Boyfriend Owes Me a Ton of MoneyAnd I’m scared it will ruin us.
  34. my two cents
    I’m Terrified I’ll Still Be Living With My Parents When I’m 40How do I start climbing out of debt?
  35. my two cents
    ‘Working With Rich People Is Making Me Depressed!’Let your rage fuel you.
  36. my two cents
    I’m Really Anxious About Money and I Feel Like I Have No One to Talk ToI’d probably feel better if I had someone to vent to or talk me through it when I’m panicking.
  37. living with money
    My Mom’s Budgeting Advice Helped Me Pay Off Loans and Buy a HouseAnd I did it all before graduating from college.
  38. my two cents
    I Want to Travel, My Fiancé Wants to Save for a House. How Can We Compromise?He views my spending as frivolous, even though he spends money on all the sports packages.
  39. my two cents
    I Defaulted on My Student Loans. Now What?What to do when you’re in a debt trap.
  40. living with money
    ‘I Bought a Brooklyn Apartment on a Librarian’s Salary’A lesson in saving.
  41. my two cents
    How Can I Recover From the Money Problems of My Early 20s?Your problems might be frustrating, but at least they’re fixable.
  42. my two cents
    How to Live With Student Debt Without Losing Your MindEating cereal for dinner isn’t the solution.
  43. my two cents
    I’m a Freelancer. What Should I Do With My $20,000 Savings?A solution for those of us without a 401(k).
  44. my two cents
    ‘My Husband Spends All His Money on His 13-Year-Old Daughter’And we’re about to have a baby.
  45. money
    My Divorce Cost Me $250,000“At one point, my ex-husband said, ‘You’re going to be left with nothing at the end of this.’”
  46. my two cents
    How to Stop Cheating on Your BudgetThe key is to catch yourself at just the right moment.
  47. my two cents
    I Think My Broke Roommate Is Taking Advantage of MeBut I also feel bad for her!
  48. my two cents
    What If I Don’t Want to Combine Finances With My Live-in Boyfriend?There’s a difference between laissez-faire trust and turning a blind eye.
  49. my two cents
    How Can I Get My Spending Under Control and Stop Feeling Guilty?You need to prove to yourself that you’re capable of creating better habits.
  50. work
    I Was an Unpaid Intern at 30“At one point, I actually did lie about how old I was.”
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