Managing money as a couple can be difficult to achieve with two incomes and two financial situations. Here are several ways that you and your loved one can work together to improve the financial side of your relationship!Continue reading
When you are sharing so much of your life with a partner, it’s inevitable that your individual approaches toward money will sometimes clash. Here is the ultimate guide to discussing finances with your partner.Continue reading
There are so many things to think about when you’re just married, or about to be, and no one would rate finances as the most exciting of them. In fact, studies show that money is the number one reason couples argue. So how can you achieve a healthy financial relationship? Here are some tips!
Let’s face it, “The financial talk” is something that we all dread. If you’re anything like me, you would much rather go about your relationship(s) without even discussing the topic of money. And then there is that awkward question, ‘Who’s going to pay this time?’ But- it’s inevitable.
Whether you’re dating, engaged, or married, it’s a good idea to be open about your financial situation, share your financial goals, and start talking about your spending habits. It’s only a matter of time before one of you brings it up, and it’s best to be prepared- so that you don’t say the wrong thing.
Although I work in the financial sector, I am far from perfect when it comes to fine-tuning my accounts. That being said, I have a slight obsession with TJ Maxx. But that’s okay! (Right?) And I’m sure there are elements within your own financial life that are less than perfect, and that’s okay, too.
What’s not okay- is keeping these financial glitches from your significant other. Moneyunder30 provides a variety of helpful tips for couples who talk finance, and out of those tips, there are 5 you should always keep in mind: