Simplicity and focusing on what matters can save you big bucks on your wedding. Learn how one couple saved $17,000 on their big day by moving up their wedding date!
Saving for life’s important moments and priorities doesn’t need to be complicated. In fact, it can be easy… especially when you have an app at your fingertips that makes the process simple and fun. One of the most crucial elements in saving money is giving that
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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!
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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
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