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!
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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 as possible. There’s no sense in
When you get married, you’ll be sharing your life with that person… including both their assets and their debts. When you choose to get hitched to the love of your life, you’re also hitching your wagon to theirs in a tangible way (for better or for worse!) so it’s important to lay
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