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Chats: Love and Money

It’s Valentine’s Day, which means love is in the air – but what impact does love have on your finances? Studies show that the average couple fights about money three times per month. In fact, money causes more squabbles among couples than kids or chores. And couples who lock horns over finances at least once a week are 30 percent more likely to get divorced. No wonder one out of 20 of us have hidden banking or credit-card accounts from their partner. It’s time to talk about love and money with our experts. Submit your questions ahead of time via the #ReutersLove hashtag. And be sure to follow the conversation right here on Tuesday, February 14 at 2 p.m. ET.

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A Model Life: Life Lessons with Brooke Shields

NEW YORK Brooke Shields has been in the public eye - and earning money - nearly from birth. But unlike many other child stars, Shields has not flamed out, or gotten lost to drugs. Instead she’s a married mom of two, plugging away on business ventures like her “Timeless” clothing line for QVC.