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The Ps and Qs of Friends, Family and Money

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    They say that friends and money don't mix—and for good reason. Finances can turn relationships sour on a dime because "there are power and etiquette issues involved," says personal finance expert Laura Rowley. "The way that you handle money can trigger a lot of emotions in terms of how you see yourself in the world."

    Because of how tightly feelings are intertwined with finances, people often don't speak up, because they don't want to be seen as cheap or ungrateful, a habit that can lead to resentment and possibly ruin the relationship. But you don't have to suffer in silence anymore! Whether your friend is a notoriously bad tipper or you aren't sure how to ask your colleagues to contribute to a charitable cause, below are 10 common cash clashes and etiquette advice on how to settle them.

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