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Alleged victims leave court in New York after testifying about assaults by disgraced US financier Jeffrey Epstein. A month after Epstein committed suicide in his New York jail cell, the victims say it was “empowering” to testify but that his death “gives nobody justice” and leaves “a lot of unanswered questions”. Virginia Giuffre, who claims she was Epstein’s sex slave, has testified that she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew in London when she was 17.

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How This Couple Kept From Over-spending When They Moved In Together

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Katelyn and Andrew are engaged, building a life together, and planning a wedding. To stay on track for their budget they organized a separate fund for setting up their household.

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Andrew: That’s all you. You’re the financial wizard of the two of us, so …

Katelyn: Gosh, I don’t know. I think — we set a separate fund for, like, for setting up the household, all the furniture and all of that. We just set aside a specific amount and then said, “We can’t go over this this year.” I think that helped ’cause it’s easy to go crazy when you move in somewhere new and get all kinds of stuff that’s unnecessary.

Katelyn: We got a couple things like that but —

Andrew: Yep. I probably didn’t need the 65-inch TV. I probably could’ve —

Katelyn: Probably not.

Andrew: downgraded a little bit, but —

Katelyn: But it was in the fund.

Katelyn: I think… it was probably, for me, on like spending on stuff like clothes and all of that, when he’s like, “You don’t really need to spend that much on a dress, do you?” But, also food. For us, one of the biggest ones was when we go grocery shopping ’cause we like, feed off each other and we get really excited in the grocery store. Especially when we’re hungry, and we’re like we definitely need like the 50-pack of that.

Andrew: Yep.

Katelyn: But we kind of like, encourage each other.

Andrew: Yeah. And then we wind up throwing out half of it because we go to the grocery store hungry and then —

Katelyn: I’m like, “I really want to try Brussels sprouts,” and then we like let it go. But in the store it seemed like a good idea.

Andrew: I saw an awesome recipe on like, “Beat Bobby Flay” last night that we should make and then it just never comes together. And I think we’ve gotten better, too, since we’ve gotten engaged because —

Katelyn: Oh yeah, all money is for the wedding and that’s it. We eat ramen noodles.

Andrew: More or less, yeah. And now we know that like all of our money is going to be going into the same account sooner or later so —

Katelyn: Right.

Andrew: We’ve gotten more honest and we’ve gotten better at keeping track of every dollar that we’re spending.

Katelyn: Yeah.

Dividing Expenses With Your Significant Other Can Be Infuriating — Here’s How These Couples Do It

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These three couples all have a different way of dividing financial responsibilities. Mike and Kim have found that over the years, keeping things separate has totally worked for them. Andrew and Mark had a hard time figuring out the equal parts of the things and activities they were sharing. Sarah-Beth and Reuben admit that they’re still figuring it out, but that having a joint credit card seems like the right start for them. 

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Kim: I mean, what’s interesting for us is that we’ve been together for almost 10 years, lived together for about 4 and been married for one and a half, and we’ve never gotten to the point where we feel like we actually need to actually combine finances. We still have completely separate bank accounts, because we just — I think from an early stage got used to like, alternating with the larger purchases, like if we’re going out to eat, or, you know, he’ll buy the plane tickets home, and I’ll rent the car, or whatever.

Mike: Yeah.

Kim: And so, we’ve kinda maintained that. It just works really well for us, because we each know exactly what’s coming into our accounts, and we know what we can afford to splurge here and there. We both — like, we talk about saving, like our own savings and stuff.

Mike: Yeah.

Kim: It’s just worked out well. So, there wasn’t like some huge change when we moved into together, because we just kept doing the same thing, like I write him a rent check every month.

Mike: Yeah.

Kim: And then, he writes the full check to our landlord.

Mike: Yeah.

Kim: We just kept doing that. And it’s just —

Mike: Yeah.

Kim: been easy. We like, never argue about money or anything like that —

Mike: No.

Kim: Because we just —

Mike: Yeah. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, you know?

Kim: Yeah.

Mike: We have our own, sort of accounting methods that we both use, and … yeah, we both make it work.

Andrew: I think the biggest challenge for managing our money when we first moved in together was how to split living costs, like, you know, rent is easy, utilities are easy, but like going out together …

Mark: Food and drinks —

Andrew: Yeah.

Mark: And all the other little stuff.

Andrew: Groceries, just the household necessities, just realizing that one of us, who might have taken on more of the day to day things that we do, started paying for more of them, but was making less money. So figuring out how to balance that and how to make that a little bit more equal.

Reuben: So, money is like the, since we got married has been like the hardest thing to figure out, and we’re still figuring it out. And, funny thing is is that, like, most of our friends who also have gotten married recently are also in the same boat, but I would say the smartest thing we’ve done is having a joint credit card together.

Sarah-Beth: Yeah, I agree with that.

Reuben: Where, like, we no longer get to the checkout counter at the grocery store and are like, “Oh, can you put half on this card, half on that card?” We have like this joint card. And I think that’s like starting us down the path of like, figuring it out, but it’s hard.

The Stan Collymore Show: The lessons of Hillsborough, and safe standing in the UK

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For workers at the lowest rungs on the economic ladder, things aren’t always as they seem. Although it was designed to rescue and rehabilitate sex workers, many Cambodian women say the country’s anti­-trafficking campaign is forcing them into a trade where conditions and pay are even worse: making clothing for Western brands.

The Japanese government offers an internship program that attracts foreign workers. Advertised as providing laborers with transferrable new skills for when they return home, many interns are underpaid, saddled with insurmountable debt, and forced into a form of indentured servitude.

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