Marriage

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    Gay married couples can now file joint federal and state returns, but they should ...
  2. How to Guide Married Clients Who Fight About ...

    Money is a top conflict among couples. Here's how to deflate the tension so that ...
  3. 3 Ways to Manage Money as a Couple

    Start your marriage off right: Decide how you will set up your accounts, create a ...
  4. Why You Need a Prenup Before Remarrying

    Anytime a couple is bringing significant assets or debts into a new marriage, a prenuptial ...
  5. What to Do Before Marrying: Saver vs. Spender

    Couples can have different philosophies toward money. But before you and your partner ...
  6. What to Do Before Marrying: Student Debt

    If you and/or your future spouse have student debt, you need to discuss how you'll ...
  1. Can a spouse who is not named as a beneficiary receive assets from an IRA?

    It depends.Generally speaking, the designation of beneficiary form dictates who receives the assets from the individual retirement ...
  2. Can IRAs be held jointly by spouses?

    An individual retirement account (IRA) must be established and maintained on an individual basis. It cannot be held jointly. ...
  3. What are Social Security spousal benefits?

    Find out how the spousal benefits offered through Social Security work; learn how to qualify and how your benefit amount ...
  4. Are Social Security benefits affected by marriage?

    Find out why marriage does not affect your Social Security retirement benefits and what factors influence your maximum benefit ...
  1. Top 6 Marriage-Killing Money Issues

    Strengthen your marriage by discussing these financial pitfalls.
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