Cost Cutting Strategies for Newlyweds

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 […]

Paying Off Debts – Before or After Saving?

How do you know whether you should have some money saved up before you pay off debts? If you do save first, how much is enough? The answer can be difficult to decide because each one of us has different financial circumstances. Besides the numbers, the two of you may have different ideas on how […]

Does Your State Offer Benefits for Maternity Leave?

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 […]

How To Budget Successfully as a Couple

Creating a budget together is more than just the numbers. Find out how you two can create a budget you both love that will help you hit your money goals faster! As individuals we all have our strengths, weaknesses, passions and different outlooks on life. This especially is true when dealing with finances as we […]

Finding Contentment as a Couple with Audrey from L’Eurocana

Change is part of the fabric of a marriage. As couples we grow and as individuals we develop. As much as we hope that it all goes smoothly, sometimes it can be a rough transition even if it’s something we’re forward to. This week on the Couple Money Podcast Audrey from L’Eurocana came on to […]

How to Find Agreement with Your Spouse About Money

When it comes to a marriage, something that many couples often have problems agreeing on is their finances. Let’s face it, no one wants to live in debt or live uncomfortably because of the number in their bank account. We all want to be able to have the money to buy the things that we […]

Six Tips for Newlyweds to Manage Finances

Before getting married, couples should understand the risk associated with finances during their lifetime. The majority of the financial problems that new couples encounter include being in debt, overspending, and not having a plan. Building Up Your Money and Marriage Here are six tips that couples can use to help them manage their finances. Put […]

Choosing Financial Independence and Family

What are you willing to do to be financially independent? Answering that can give you a clear idea of your priorities. Financial independence is an effort, but for those who have retired early the benefits are well worth it. [smart_track_player url=”http://traffic.libsyn.com/couplemoney/CM_S2E17_Early_Retirement_and_Parenthood.mp3″ background=”default” ] Early Retirement and Choices I had the pleasure of chatting with Simi, or […]