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Family finances and family violence: the conversation we need to start

 Financial disagreements can be a serious bone of contention for some couples. Even the most loving and respectful partnerships have the potential to encounter tensions when there are differing opinions about household purchases. And money’s getting tighter for many. As the cost of living rises more rapidly than wages and the affordable housing crisis spreads further across our cities and regions, we live in an age of unsustainable credit. Moo Baulch, the head of Domestic Violence NSW. Photo: Peter Rae Growing numbers are one pay packet away from not being able…

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