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FINANCIAL INFIDELITY

Today’s topic is something we’ve seen a lot as we have worked with different couples, and that’s financial infidelity. Couples at the altar generally don’t promise to be completely honest…

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I’m Retiring – What Now?

After years of the “for better or for worse” that comes with every marriage, you already know that you and your spouse won’t agree on everything. And you have probably…

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Money Decisions For Your Marriage

Differing opinions about finances can trigger marital arguments, tension, anger, stress and worry. Money differences can drive a wedge between loving spouses. If you’ve been married for a long time…

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Marriage & Money Matters

If the husband and wife aren't honest with each other about their entire financial situation, it can lead to big problems in a marriage. Most marriage vows include the “for…

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Congratulations on Getting Engaged!

Christmas and Valentine’s Day are popular days for marriage proposals. If you recently got engaged, congratulations! It’s time to start talking about a lot of things—the location of the wedding,…

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Money Matters in Marriage

When couples say their vows at the altar, they don’t promise to be completely open and honest about all their financial information from this day forward. Maybe they should. If…

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Financial Infidelity

Today’s topic is something we’ve seen a lot as we have worked with different couples, and that’s financial infidelity. Couples at the altar generally don't promise to be completely honest…

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Ways to Save BIG on your Wedding

Weddings have become big business. According to The Knot, which is one the most popular wedding websites, the average wedding costs about $35,000. Cost of Wedding.com has the average price…

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God Marriage & Money

When a couple gets married they each bring assumptions and preconceived notions about money into their marriage. He thinks $1,000 in debt is horrible. She thinks $10,000 in debt is…

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