Ben Terris, The Washington Post Published 2:38 pm PDT, Wednesday, August 15, 2018 Now Playing: Two writers told Politico that Trump Adviser Kellyanne Conway’s husband, George Conway randomly emailed them suggestions on how to boost their anti-Trump rhetoric. Veuer's Sam Berman has the full story. Media: Veuer WASHINGTON - Kellyanne Conway is in her living room, showing me an enormous painting of Audrey Hepburn wearing a peacock on her head, but her husband, George, really wants us to come into his office and look at a photograph of the moment everything changed. It's a picture he took on election night 2016: Donald Trump is reaching for the first draft of his acceptance speech, just as victory seemed imminent. Back then, George was such an ardent supporter of the president, and so proud of his wife for her historic role as campaign manager, that he wept for joy. "That photo was from before you cried," Kellyanne says window._taboola = … [Read more...] about She works for Trump. He can’t stand him. This is life with Kellyanne and George Conway.
Husband debts is wife responsible
Dear Amy: I’m in a long-term marriage. I have hidden debt (in my name only). The debt is around $45,000. I incurred this debt through light gambling, buying clothes, makeup, travel, hobbies, gifts to adult children and also moving it around to prevent my husband from finding out about it. I completely manage this debt because my income covers it. In the marriage, part of our income is shared for household needs and the remainder is for each spouse to handle as they wish, with the expectation of much of it going to savings as we are nearing retirement. I’m torn between telling my husband about it, which may or may not end the marriage, and just leaving the marriage without telling him about it. Except for some diminishing of retirement expectations, the debt has not affected our financial strength. The lying and dishonesty, however, is affecting the emotional strength of our relationship. Obviously, there are other issues involved in our long marriage, but at this point, … [Read more...] about Ask Amy: Hidden debt makes wife want to run and hide
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Hidden debt makes wife want to run and hide I’m in a long-term marriage. I have hidden debt (in my name only). Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Amy Dickinson, Ask Amy Published 12:00 a.m. ET April 15, 2018 CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENT EMAIL MORE Dear Amy: I’m in a long-term marriage. I have hidden debt (in my name only). The debt is around $45,000. I incurred this debt through light gambling, buying clothes, makeup, travel, hobbies, gifts to adult children and also moving it around to prevent my husband from finding out about it. I completely manage this debt because my income covers it. In … [Read more...] about Hidden debt makes wife want to run and hide
By Amanda Dixon/smartasset Coping with the loss of a loved one is difficult. As you mourn, you'll unfortunately have to think about the financial implications that come with the death. Besides wondering how much the funeral will cost, you might be wondering about the kind of life insurance your friend or relative had. You may also be thinking about the debt left behind and who will be in charge of it now. Can someone inherit credit card debt? If your deceased friend or family member owes any money to a lender, in general the debt will be paid off using the assets from that person's estate before anyone receives what they were promised in a will. In most cases, you won't have to be too concerned about inheriting debt. Some exceptions are private student loans. Federal student loans disappear when someone dies, but if the person who passed away had a private student loan, you may have to pay it. If you co-signed a private student loan or if you're the spouse of someone who had … [Read more...] about What happens to debt when you die?
Tori Spelling’s wifey duties apparently include financially supporting her husband’s ex-wife. The “Beverly Hills 90210” alum has been paying husband Dean McDermott’s alimony payments, his ex, Mary Jo Eustace, told Us Weekly. Eustace told the magazine that McDermott’s checks for their son Jack’s college rent checks were bouncing and she was planning to take him to court to ensure the payments went through. “That’s when Tori reached out to me and basically said that she would be covering the alimony because Dean didn’t have any money, and she would be doing it,” she said. Tori Spelling visited by police after reported erratic behavior “[Tori] stepped up, and I accepted that. So that, sort of, our relationship took a turn there as well because she was owning up to it and taking responsibility for it, which was good.” Eustace, a Canadian actress, was married to McDermott from 1993 to 2006. Son … [Read more...] about Tori Spelling is supporting husband Dean McDermott’s ex-wife