Valentine's Day Tips for Talking About Money as a Couple
By: Associated Press
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February 14, 2023
|US News & World Report
In more than 20 years as a financial adviser, Howard Dvorkin, chairman of Debt.com, has had plenty of couples approach him with money issues that eventually lead them to break up. “You should talk about money, lifestyle, goals and dreams,” he said. “Because (money) affects your dreams, and if you go into a relationship with debt, your dreams may be altered.”

Valentine's Day Tips for Talking About Money as a Couple
By: Adriana Morga
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February 14, 2023
|The Washington Post
In more than 20 years as a financial adviser, Howard Dvorkin, chairman of Debt.com, has had plenty of couples approach him with money issues that eventually lead them to break up. “You should talk about money, lifestyle, goals and dreams,” he said. “Because (money) affects your dreams, and if you go into a relationship with debt, your dreams may be altered.”
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State of the Union: 5 Key Points That Could Impact Your Wallet
By: Yaёl Bizouati-Kennedy
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February 8, 2023
|yahoo! finance
“The first contentious part of Biden’s speech was about the debt ceiling,” said Howard Dvorkin, CPA and chairman of Debt.com. “When Biden accused some of his “Republican friends” of wanting to “take the economy hostage,” the GOP jeers briefly interrupted his speech.”

What Happens If Your Taxes Do Not Go as Expected?
By: Yaël Bizouati-Kennedy
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February 2, 2023
|GOBankingRates
“Doing taxes is like renovating a house. If it goes according to plan, everyone is shocked — including the professionals hired to do the job,” said Howard Dvorkin, CPA and chairman of Debt.com. “In both cases, people can seldom predict what they’re going to find once they dig in. If someone has had any change in income — for better or worse — the only surprise would be having no surprises.”
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Survey: Lying About Money To Your Partner Is As Bad As Cheating
By: John Egan
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February 1, 2023
|Forbes
Howard Dvorkin, chairman of Debt.com, says fear is a factor for the nearly 1 in 4 Americans who admit lying to a partner about finances and the more than 1 in 5 Americans who believe lying about finances is akin to other sorts of lying or infidelity.
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I Have to Pay My Debt, So Why Doesn’t the US Government? The Truth Is Even More Complicated Than You Think
By: Yaёl Bizouati-Kennedy
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January 26, 2023
|Yahoo! Finance
“In the simplest terms, the federal debt ceiling is a lot like your credit card bill. The debt ceiling is your balance — both you and the federal government have already charged a bunch of expenses. Now it’s time to pay. You write a check, but the federal government needs the House of Representatives to take formal action,” said Howard Dvorkin, Howard Dvorkin, CPA and Chairman of Debt.com.
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