The average guest to a destination wedding abroad will spend $2,623, so one Mumsnet user wrote, "I wouldn't go and it's best to say now."
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An expert told Newsweek: "The most advisable way to deal with this sort of stress is to have open and non-judgmental communication between partners."
Struggling with the cost of living, one woman has been supported online for not sending a birthday card after she found herself unable to afford the stamp.
"Everyone thinks I'm the luckiest woman on Earth," the woman told Reddit. "Nobody knows that I cry myself to sleep every night."
A woman who describes unfair treatment at the hands of her stepfamily has been praised on Reddit for not lending her stepsister $25,000.
"The price of a 16-pound whole frozen turkey has increased by over 40 percent since last year," Wallethub analyst Jill Gonzalez told Newsweek.
His wife felt he "should take care of her" while she finishes studying law and raises their 2-year-old son, but a Redditor wrote, "You are not a bank."
Over 17 million people have watched the viral TikTok video, one user said: "This is beautiful—starting a marriage with generosity."
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Her boyfriend wants to split all of the costs despite the fact he owns the property and her "rent" will be paying off his mortgage.
The dad-of-one, who has another baby on the way, is paying his mom so she doesn't have to work - and his pregnant wife has had enough.
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"Now her kids are 12 and 14, we had to rent a house with more bedrooms, because they have hit puberty and need their privacy, which costs more."
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"They shouldn't expect you to be a third parent to this baby!" one commenter said.
"I'm in severe financial difficulty right now," shared the mom. "I can't spare a month's wage to give back to them."
"Either they buy you out or you put the house on the market," said one reply on the viral Mumsnet post.
Multi-award-winning financial advisor Catherine Morgan told Newsweek: "Every family has disagreements with money."
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Wedding expert Poppy Sienna told Newsweek, "I can completely understand why the couple feel as if they can't justify spending all this money."
Psychiatrist Carly Snyder, M.D. told Newsweek there was definitely something "odd" about the circumstances around the story.
"Financial differences are the No. 1 cause of failure in relationships," dating expert Emyli Lovz told Newsweek, as a Mumsnet user wrote, "Don't look back."
"We have tried helping her with a budget, tracking expenses, etc. But, nothing seems to work for long."
Two-thirds of employees have reduced their savings contributions, with a third having reduced their 401(k) contributions, blaming financial instability.
In a comment on the latest viral video, one TikTok user claimed: "Worked the front gates, trust me we know ... we are told to just let it go."