For better or worse, marriage means learning how to manage money with a partner.
Max is owning her crazy in her journey to save $31K this year. Her husband, Mr. Spendypants, is along for the ride.
Most couples assume sharing money is just part of marriage. But it doesn't have to be.
Divorce is messy. And step one is figuring out how to split ways with your biggest shared asset; your home.
Wedding season is fast approaching. Why not make your "Something Borrowed" work to your favor (and your budget)?
You and your spouse want the biggest tax breaks possible. So how should you file — jointly or separately?
First comes love, then comes marriage — then comes worrying about money. Here's how to manage your investments together for the long haul.
It seems inevitable that couples will face an income gap. Don't let a money imbalance knock the rest of your relationship off-kilter, too.
Stop hiding from the money bogeyman. A few setbacks aren't worth these irrational finance fears.
Sharing a home, sharing a life… sharing money. Don't make these common money mistakes when splitting finances with your partner.
Popping the question can be a pricey prospect. You'll get the "yes" with less stress if you know going in what you should expect to pay.
Marriage money matters don't have to be a source of friction. Learn how to split the bills fairly, figure out a routine, and skip the argument part.
Marriage is for better or for worse — even when it comes to credit card debt. Your spouse's unpaid debts may be affecting you, too.
Just because your marriage went kaput doesn't mean your jointly-run small business needs to. Here's how to protect yourself — and your business.
Marriage is about compromise, but when it comes to money, it can be hard to give in. Say "I Do" to these six strategies of marital budget bliss.
No need to break the bank walking down the aisle. You really can have an unforgettable wedding — even on the teeniest of budgets.
Life insurance protects the ones we love in case the worst should happen. That's why you shouldn't wait to buy some.
The biggest day of your life can also be the most expensive. Start your marriage on the right financial foot by minding these runaway costs.
Your spouse is stressed and overworked and it's hard on everyone. Don't feel hopeless — stay positive and take care of yourself, too.
When you're a big saver, and your spouse is a big spender, it can tough to watch your partner overspend. Learn how to talk it out.
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