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My wife and I started dated a few years ago and we were hopping from her apartment to mine on and off until her lease came due. This was only three months in our relationship. We decided to move in together, after dating only three months, and it has been a bliss ever since. Opening Up […]

Working hard now so you can retire early, but your spouse isn’t on board? Learn how you can encourage financial independence as a couple! One of the things I have struggled the most over the years spent on the path to financial independence were social interactions. When I was living in Paris, my friends’ definition […]

Starting out is always difficult for young couples and newlyweds. Most often, younger adults haven’’t faced with the stress and strain of the increased burden of financial responsibility. Beginning a life together has its own set of difficulties and hurdles and often money only exacerbates the issue. Solving financial problems isn’’t going to make a […]

Today’s guest post comes from Adam Cook. In addition to the references and resources he shares, I want to also include Mentalhealth.gov.  Getting the treatment you need can make a huge difference, so please reach out.  Many people do not realize that mental illness and addiction too often go hand in hand. An addiction can cause mental […]

Want to know the best way to carry money when traveling abroad? Get essential tips on how to protect yourself and money on your next trip! Sometimes we label ourselves as tourists without even knowing it. Whether it’s your face buried in a map or your trendy NorthFace backpack (akin to an American flag in […]

If you don’t normally give much thought to your credit score, but find you’re being rejected by lenders maybe now is the time to take action. Your credit score is essentially your credit reputation, or your history as a borrower. Since your credit score reflects your financial history, it gives lenders a basic idea of […]

Does your state offer a benefits program for maternity leave? Do not make the very common mistake of assuming that it does. Workers in the USA are wrong far more often than they are right when they do. The sooner you understand your rights and benefits while one or both parents are not working, the […]

As individuals we all have our strengths, weaknesses, passions and different outlooks on life. This especially is true when dealing with finances as we usually prioritise our expenses according to our needs. It is because of our different needs that couples so very often find it difficult to manage their finances together. Couples and Budgets […]