For the frugal bride and groom, winter is the right time to wed. Savings are substantial and the setting is unique and memorable.
When couples get hitched, so do their separate finances. Here's how to bring the money together without ripping the marriage apart.
One in three partners in a committed financial relationship has been deceived by their partner about money. Why do partners lie about spending and what can you do about it?
There is no secret to a perfect relationship — but there are some guidelines that can help make any relationship great.
Science shows that good partnerships are correlated with overall happiness, and working on this one thing can make your relationship even better.
You really shouldn't marry for money, but couples who say yes do help themselves financially. Discover some of the great ways you can save money if you're hitched.
You know strong relationships are built on trust and openness, so make sure you discuss these five things with your partner.
Newlyweds can fight about more important things than money (like the chores) if they enter the union debt-free. Read on for reasons why you should wait to wed.
Moving in with someone, whether partner or a roommate, can be exciting — and financially rocky. Follow this guide to ensure your finances are protected.
Today we found some stellar articles on having a shoestring wedding, 35 gift ideas under $25, and tips for an organized wallet.
Getting married is blissful. Changing your name after, unfortunately, is not. Make the process easier with this helpful guide.
Today we found some fantastic articles on unique ways to cut wedding costs, beating the latest airline fees, and organizing your workday.
Sharing your life with someone can be one of the most exciting and fulfilling things you ever do. Sharing your budget? Well...here are some suggestions.
Today we found some great articles on money questions to consider before marriage, Memorial Day discounts, and expenses you won't have in retirement.
Many happily married business owners avoid thinking about what happens to the firm if the marriage dissolves. But waiting 'til the end may mean parting ways with the company, too.
Starting a business with your significant other can be immensely rewarding...and incredibly trying. Here's what to know before combining your career with your better half.
Have you heard the stories about how finances are one of the leading causes of divorce? What are people arguing about? Being married actually has some pretty good financial perks!
June is a popular month for weddings. During this time, many couples will probably hear that compromise is the key to a healthy relationship. I disagree.
Once a couple decides to live together, it's crucial to be on the same page financially. Before you move in, sit down and ask yourselves these questions.
I have a guest post up on Get Rich Slowly about how to talk with your spouse about money. I had the privilege of interviewing financial counselor Lou Scatigna, aka The Financial Ph
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