The Moneyist: The cable guy launched my 90-year-aged stepmother to a new ‘buddy,’ and he or she’s gotten fleeced. Am I legally responsible if she ends up destitute?
Approximately five years within the past, my 90-year-aged stepmother’s cable guy launched her to his sister because they were both widows, and he said Mother might possibly l
The Moneyist: ‘After I ran it past the missus, she went ballistic’: I want to fetch a $40,000 automobile, but my companion said no. Then things in actuality purchased engrossing.
My companion and I get hang of enjoyment from two week-long vacations a Twelve months to the native shoreline, and we most often live smartly inner our methodology. I’m delig
The Moneyist: I’m in wretched health and bored with tipping 20% every time I devour out. Is it ever OK to tip less? Or am I a cheapskate?
I’m bowled over to raise this up with friends in case they name me a “Karen” or narrate me I’m being selfish or a skinflint. Over the previous 365 days, I g
The Moneyist: My fiancé and I are 60. His adult daughter is opposed to our marriage — and insists on inheriting her father’s $3.2 million estate. How should we handle her?
What advice would you give to a widow and widower considering marriage on how to manage finances — and deal with adult children? We are both 60 years old and plan to work a few m
The Moneyist: ‘And then 2022 happened’: I borrowed $500,000 from friends and family to invest in the stock market, foolishly promising a 10% return. Can I avoid legal action?
I am a budding options/futures trader with my own sole proprietor investment business. Heading into 2022, I took on a large cash infusion of $500,000 from friends and family unde
The Moneyist: ‘If life is a stage, online dating is a series of bad auditions’: My dinner date ‘forgot’ his wallet and took the receipt for his taxes. What should I have done?
I had a dinner date with a man I met on Tinder. We had texted and chatted for weeks before finally exchanging numbers and talking on the phone. That was a chemistry test for me, an
The Moneyist: My mother cut me from her will and my sibling cashed out her annuity, on which I was a beneficiary. Should I sue?
Dear Quentin, My mother recently passed away and I was written out of the will, except for a small amount. She and I had several disagreements over the past two years. This change
The Moneyist: ‘I always say yes’: The trainers at my gym flatter and cajole me into taking classes. I’ve racked up credit-card debt to pay for them. Why can’t I say no?
I am a 31-year-old man, not yet married, earning decent money and have no great financial burden in my family. I have learned from your replies to others that many money problems a
The Moneyist: ‘He claims it’s his home’: My mother left her Florida house to all of her children. Our brother lives there — and has no plans to move. How do we get him out?
Dear Quentin, My mother passed away three years ago and left the house to my brother, my sister and me. What little was left in her bank account was distributed among the three of
The Moneyist: ‘We got into a big argument’: My stepbrother helped me start my multimillion-dollar tech career, but now wants my late father’s house. What do I owe him?
My father dated someone when I was in early grade school, and mentored one of her sons, who is about eight years younger than I am, becoming the father figure he never had. For sim