Your wedding day is supposed to be the most memorable day of your life, but for many couples, the huge outlay it often involves can sometimes mean it is remembered for all the wrong reasons. Here are a handful of tips on how to ensure your special occasion is the talk of the town without being a blight on your bank account.
Financial Planning: Are You Set For Life and Death
If there is one subject no-one wants to talk about, one taboo to top all taboos, it’s talking about our death or the death of a loved one. So, it’s time to put your fears aside and face this head on. If you do these 4 simple things, you’ll be financially set for life…and death.
Why it made financial sense for us to marry in college. Often we are told to wait until we are done with college and graduated before marriage. Yet it can actually save you money by getting married whilst you are students. We share our story of how being students and married has saved us money and shaped our financial journey.
Finances alone can be tricky, but combining finances with another person can be downright confusing. No matter where you are in your relationship – dating, engaged, living together, or other, it’s vital to discuss finances and your expectations for one another and what you want as a couple. Here's how to handle finances with your significant other when you're not yet married.