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Should members within a family lend each other money?


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Answered 2006-07-30 00:33:23

Only if you're prepared to forgive the debt with no ill will to maintain the relationship if the borrower refuses to or is unable to pay it back. In otherwords, can you afford to lose the money you are lending? Suing a family member for the debt would only cause strife in the family.


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