Finance woes can put a real damper on newly-engaged bliss. Make your marriage happily ever after by getting off to a good financial start.
Max is owning her crazy in her journey to save $31K this year. Her husband, Mr. Spendypants, is along for the ride.
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.
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.
You've both scored remote jobs. Now, how do you and your spouse co-habitate a home office without killing each other?
Marriage is a collaboration, but if your spouse has less than stellar credit, you may be better off going solo on a mortgage application.
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
Something of an exaggeration, of course—a one-person household can be very frugal. But there's an underlying truth: A household is only as frugal as its least-frugal member.
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