Money is a big part of life, and managing it with your partners is a big part of any relationship. Don’t miss these financial tips for newlyweds from some of the top personal finance bloggers and money experts!
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Marriage Lessons to Read Before Your Wedding Day — What One Couple Learned About Money and Relationships Through 2 Years of Marriage My wife and I have been married for two years now. I know that in the grand scheme of things that may not be
While you may think that the only folks getting prenuptial agreements are among the 1%, recent reports say otherwise. There are many factors motivating today’s engaged couples to look at how a prenup may benefit them before getting married. Read this post to learn more and see if a prenup is right for you.
It can be a blessing to foot the vast majority of your wedding bills yourself. Not only will you learn valuable money lessons along the way, but you’ll also start your marriage off on the right financial footing!
Getting married is an exciting and wonderful thing, but it brings up quite a few money issues. Handle these money items between the engagement and the big day, and you’ll be setting yourself up for financial and marital success!
The secret to managing your money in marriage: COMMUNICATION! We’ve all been told, at least once in life, not to mix business and friendship. Basically, money problems are bound to come up at some point in life. Unfortunately, financial issues can easily destroy a relationship if
1. Talk About Your History with Money Part of managing money successfully in marriage means talking about it. This isn’t always easy for couples. It’s important to get your history with money out in the open. Talk about how you grew up feeling about money, how
Part 1: Shift Your Thinking to “Our Money” The first key is to stop thinking in terms of “my money and his money.” After you’re married (or engaged), it’s time to shift away from thinking as individuals. You’re a team now–a family! From now on, decisions
This post is part of our Marriage + Money series, sharing important financial topics with our currently engaged readers. This conversation is sponsored by CreditRepair.com Five Important Money Topics to Discuss Before You Tie The Knot Financial Values + Goals One of the biggest conversations that
Congratulations! You’re excited for married life, including your first house. It’s a big commitment to make together. With some effort and the right list of important tips, you can make the process of buying your first home together a lot easier. 1. Get a good real
One big thing newlyweds often overlook is coming up with a plan to file their taxes. Especially given the squeeze many couples feel after the expenses of planning a wedding ceremony, newlyweds will want to make sure that their refund for the year is as generous