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Catherine is not giving advise about how to maintain a lasting marriage, she's attempting to redefine marriage. Traditionally marriage has been not only a relationship, it is a partnership. "You take care of me and I'll take care of you (and the children, if any)." It is one of trust and mutual respect.
Having a debt written off or written down is bad advice. The part of the debt that is written off or down so you DON'T have to pay it becomes taxable income. Enjoy THAT surprise next tax season. Weston, you need to check ALL your facts before spewing this kind of bad advice.
No, I would not pay. And if they continued to pursue the issue I would tell them to "prove" nine-ways-to-Sunday how they came to that conclusion - produce my cashed unemployment check they are referring to and all the bookkeeping they used to determine I was overpaid - oh yeah, let's not forget to have them to produce ...more
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