The role of money in a relationship is a complicated one – with the ability to either bring a couple together or rip them apart. For a year, Wall Street Journal reporter Katherine Rosman dissected how money played out in her own marriage, in ways good and bad. Early on, Katie decided the delicate subject of checks and balances required her to tackle the subject broadly, defining money as far more than cash. It was, she said, about time, about whose agenda gets top billing, about divvying up of responsibility for their lives and the lives of their two children. In these pages, in 26 columns, you’ll see how Katie and her husband navigated these difficult issues, sometimes successfully, sometimes with tension, and always with love. The book includes an introduction written by the author, as well as a video interview with her.