The Australian Women's Weekly

Avoid family feuds

Financial friction can arise easily within families, but proves difficult to recover from. Be it a dispute over a will, or an argument about spending, money can be a “destructive force”, says Julia Newbould, coauthor of The Joy of Money.

And yet the happiness

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