Ways to live financially ever after
Getting married can affect everything from banking to paying taxes to home buying. Learn ways to live in financial harmony.
Marriage and money: 10 tips
When it comes to your marriage, talking about money goes a long way. This 10-point checklist can help you start your partnership on the right financial foot.
5 questions to decide whether to pay down debt or save
What should you do: Save more or pay down debt? These 5 considerations can help you figure out what’s right for you.
Is a joint bank account right for you?
Talking about money can lead to a fair amount of stress in even the best relationship. Here’s how to decide if a joint bank account is right for you as a couple.
How will marriage affect your taxes?
Ready to buy a home? Read this first
Are you financially prepared for a baby?
You've got a lot on your mind with a new baby on the way. Learn 6 simple steps to help you prepare before your new family member arrives.
Couples and money: How to navigate money matters without rocking the boat
Talking about money with your partner is difficult. These steps can help you better discuss and manage finances together.
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