Rosemary Lichtman, Ph.D. and Phyllis Goldberg, Ph.D.
Now that all the mega-lottery winners have stepped forward, the overwhelming odds are you didn't win. Americans spent $1.5 billion in their quest to win the jackpot, fantasizing about how they would happily spend the $656 million to be paid out to the winner. As it happened, there were three winning tickets so the final after-tax take home for each will be about $100 million. Still, nothing to sneeze at.
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They say statistics don’t lie. According to the Census Bureau, the number of opposite-sex unmarried couples living together increased by 13% in 2010. It also estimates that the number of same-sex couples living together rose roughly 30% in 2010. And apparently the total of single people living together is expected to continue growing. This may be due to younger couples delaying marriage, older couples choosing not to remarry, and most states’ current prohibition of gay…Continue
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