We’ve all heard that regular date nights are important to keep a marriage healthy and strong. Yet these days, everyone is busy, tired, and overspent. Add kids to the mix, and it only gets harder to prioritize each other in the midst of the daily chaos that is raising a family. Regardless, a solid marriage
You might see a divorce coming from a mile away and still take steps to protect your finances before it happens. From opening an individual bank account to changing your beneficiaries, learn what to do now so that you’re not filled with financial regret later.
Getting married is exciting, but it can also be stressful, especially when issues arise around money. If you’re newly married or about to settle down with your significant other, there are ways to manage your money together that can spare your relationship a lot of distress. Read on for our best tips.
Everyone knows weddings can be expensive. But getting divorced can cost almost as much. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be so costly. If you and your partner can agree on significant issues, you can end your marriage for less — maybe even on the cheap.
Money and finances can complicate a romantic relationship. Twine is a beginner-friendly budgeting and investing app that helps couples collaborate on their financial goals by working together and building good financial habits. Read on to find out whether Twine could benefit you and your partner.
It can be hard to refuse to loan money to a close friend or family member. You don’t want to see them struggle. But lending money to loved ones comes with considerable risk. Don’t open Venmo without considering these reasons you shouldn’t offer loans to loved ones.
It’s not easy parting with the vigor, fitness, and attractiveness of youth, but midlife crises are expensive. Common midlife splurges and major life changes can be extremely costly. As you navigate the middle years of your adulthood, try these strategies to stop the emotional and financial bleeding.
Living with other adults isn’t easy. There are plenty of money problems that can ruin a roommate relationship, from arguments over who owes what to confusion over how to split groceries. If you want smooth financial sailing with your housemates, follow these simple dos and don’ts.
If your relationship has gotten stale, a weekend getaway can help rekindle the flame. And it doesn’t have to be pricey. There are plenty of ways to enjoy a romantic weekend without breaking the budget. You just have to think outside the box.
Picture a couple on a date for Valentine’s Day. Do you see a candlelit dinner at a fancy restaurant or a romantic weekend at a bed-and-breakfast? Sounds pretty romantic — and expensive. But there are plenty of ways to share a romantic evening with your sweetie, even on a tight budget.
When you lend money to people you love, you put those relationships in jeopardy. But it’s hard to say no to someone who’s asking for your help out of a bind. This is tricky terrain to navigate, financially and personally. Before lending money to anyone you care about, take measures to reduce your financial risk
Valentine’s Day can be stressful when you’re on a budget. Those glittering store window displays send the message that you have to shell out the big bucks to show your lady you care. But real women tell a different story: These seven inexpensive Valentine’s Day gifts are what they really want.