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DEAR ABBY: we retired five years ago. We have sufficient cost savings and an pension that is excellent us to reside comfortably.
I took up a hobby 3 years ago that generates about $5,000 in yearly earnings, that we put away in a split bank account. My spouse asked, “What are you saving that money for? ” I stated why not a classic vehicle, assisting with a household reunion ( back at my side), etc. She responded, “We have to be in the same web page about exactly how it gets invested because 1 / 2 of it really is mine. ”
He sided with her because (legally) half of what I have is hers when I reached out to my son for his insight. I have no issue consulting along with her on a significant expenditure appearing out of our other savings, but with this one I feel she is managing and petty. Your ideas?
HOBBY IN CA
DEAR HOBBY: I agree to you. Not only this, but she also does not have tact.
DEAR ABBY: My child simply informed me that she's going to be hanging a head that is deer their family area. Her live-in boyfriend loves to hunt, and she is doing this for him. Simply thinking about any of it makes me actually ill. My thoughts consider a dying animal who is putting up with.
My spouce and I gave my daughter $12,000 to buy this home. I would like her to reconsider her decision based on the fact that this disturbs me, maybe not that I’m wanting to push her around because we gave her this cash.