Life Stage - Couple

  1. How to Financially Advise Newly Single Clients

    People who become newly single due to the death of a spouse or divorce have a unique ...
  2. Hey, Newlyweds: Say 'I Do' to Combining Finances

    These tips for newlyweds will ensure that both partners are on the same page when ...
  3. Have A Charming (And Cheap) Wedding

    Learn how to have the wedding you've always wanted ... without going broke.
  4. Top Reasons to File Separately When Married

    Usually couples file their taxes jointly, not separately. Except for these possible ...
  5. 3 Seemingly Non-Financial Decisions Everyone ...

    None of these decisions should be considered as being purely financial, but there ...
  6. Financial Questions to Ask Him Before the Wedding

    Money secrets can be poison for a marriage. But honest discussions – even when there ...
  1. How To Buy Your First Home: A Step-By-Step Tutorial

    Find out everything you need to know to tackle this major purchase without fear. ...
  1. Does marrying someone with bad credit affect my credit score?

    Married couples generally maintain two separate credit records and histories. However, if you decide to take out a loan with ...
  2. When am I considered "married" for tax purposes?

    You are generally considered married for tax purposes as long as you were married as of the last day of the year, regardless ...
  1. 5 Ways Your Partner Can Ruin Your Credit

    Financial disagreement is one of the top reasons couples split, and often after one ...
  2. Top 6 Marriage-Killing Money Issues

    Strengthen your marriage by discussing these financial pitfalls.
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