Don't marry a guy who exhibits these financial warning signs.
People who are in love support each other through thick and thin—through good and bad financial times. Before you decide that he's the right guy to marry, you need to take a serious look at how he views financial goals, choices, and commitments.
A new study says if you have financial fears of the future, you are not alone.
In this recession, it's no wonder that financial insecurity makes it hard for us to sleep well at night. So here are five tips for you to take charge of your own finances and life, without having to rely on a significant other.
Fighting about money? Here are three situations where you should forgo the fight.
Whether it's forgetting the anniversary of your first date or trying to get out of walking the dog, there's plenty to fight about when you're in love. So why should finances pile unnecessary stress on to your relationship? Here's a look at three financial feuds you just don't need to have.
Is this YOU?
How much sleep do you lose worrying about money?
How much stress do you carry every day about your debts, current expenses and future stability?
Is money the elephant in the living room for you and your spouse?
Keep your union strong despite all the forces that try to weaken it.
The fire of love is a fragile and fickle flame. I often hear stories of people leaving good relationships because they have developed deep connections outside the marriage. So, how can you keep your marriage intact?
What could you do to make an extra $200? There are lots of ways to generate cash in a hurry. Try it.
Times are tough right now and holidays are right around the corner and so are lots of expenses. Every one of us is scratching our heads and trying to figure out ways to bring in some extra cash. You may need extra money to buy gifts or just to pay the rent.
There are a lot of things to consider before cohabitating or combining finances.
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Moving in together is a financial commitment, and so is marriage, so it’s important to consider the tough issues you’ll face as a cohabiting or married couple. Dr. Romance presents seven things you should consider before entwining yourselves financially as well as emotionally.
A tale of crumbling marriages, friendships and the cherry-on-top expectations of the American dream.
The new novel, 'Denting The Bosch' by Teresa Link follows three empty nesters who are more than free to enjoy their golden years with their spouses, but instead, are presented with certain crossroads—spurred by infidelity, money woes and shifting desires—that change their lives forever.
You caught the money lie, now it's time to confront!
Shelley was putting away her husband's laundry when she discovered a stash of bills for a credit card she didn't recognize. It's a story that plays out over and over with couples we talk to. Everything seems to be fine and then Bam! One of them discovers the other has been keeping money secrets.