How to Work with Your Spouse -- and Not Kill Each Other!

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Our entrepreneurial couples say it's an imperative that both parties know the financial ramifications of the business' possible failure. This is one case where surprises aren't a good thing. "If we pushed too hard and lost everything, you want to know that we both understood, and were willing to take, the risks," says Jennifer Davidson of PJ Madison's Ice Cream Company.