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Are High Deductible Insurance Really a Good Deal and Other Marriage and Money Questions

Today we’re answering your big marriage and money questions. We’ll discuss if those high deductible health plans really good deal, whether you should lend money to family, and how to save money this year on insurance!  [smart_track_player url=”http://traffic.libsyn.com/couplemoney/S6E4_Answering_Your_Big_Marriage_and_Money_Questions_Part_1.mp3″ background=”default” ] Answering Your Marriage and Money Questions This week we’re doing a community mailbag show where I […]

Marriage and Money Workshop Broadcast

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Marriage and Money Workshop

How to Get Your Spouse on Board with Money Live Workshop: Get Tactics, Tools, and Conversation Starters THAT WORKIf you’re married, getting on the same page with your money is key. Disagreements about money are one of the top reasons why couples divorce. What most couples don’t know is that how you start having those conversations without […]

Jumpstart Your Marriage and Money Bonuses

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Marriage and Money: Retirement and Credit Cards for Couples

This week Couple Money has been featured on two sites with interviews about getting a retirement plan set up as a couple and whether the two of you should open joint credit cards as newlyweds. I’ve included excepts below to give you an idea of what was covered. Discussing Retirement Goals When should couples sit down […]

Marriage and Money: Bailing Out Family and In-Laws

A recent call from a relative this week reminded me how much things have changed over the last month. It’s not a big deal, but my view on bailing out family with money has become more solidified. Let me first explain the conversation that started it over a month ago. Can You Help Me Out? […]