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Couples show their love for one another in various ways -going on romantic dates or weekend getaways, buying flowers or preparing home-cooked meals together. While these are the classic displays of affection, the truth is, realizing a common future together may be the ultimate sign of love—and establishing long-term financial goals is a key step in […]
When you are a young couple, you have a lot of things going for you financially. Although you may not be making as much money as you will later in your career, you also will not have as many expenses as older couples do. You also have your whole lives ahead of you to save […]
Not sure if it’s an ego thing (I’m sure why wife would say “yes”), but I like to have the best of the best. I don’t want a good steak, I want the “best” steak when I go out to eat. When I go the movies, I don’t want to see a good movie. Screw […]
June is the most popular month of the year to get married. If you’re planning on tying the knot this month or recently did, the first thing on your list – after paying off debt for wedding costs – should be devising a mutual investing strategy. If you openly discuss the topic of finances with […]
After 20 years of marriage I can look back and see a pattern to how my husband and I used excess cash. While it has been a long time since we lived paycheck to paycheck, any money not going toward living expenses is still almost always saved or spent for our children. I didn’t say […]
In 1997, Titanic was a runaway smash hit that was nominated for 14 Academy Awards and won 11. The fictionalized account of a few characters on the doomed Titanic ship sent people in droves to the theater. 5 Tips on Getting Out of Debt While the movie contains both a fictionalized romance and a non-fiction […]
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Paying off a mortgage can be overwhelming for homeowners. Many options and recommendations exist for homeowners who want to pay their principal faster than the terms of their loan in order to save money on interest. Although savings are desirable, paying more than the mortgage payment isn’t feasible for all homeowners. In fact, just paying the […]