Tired of Fighting Over Money?

Learn how you two can quickly and easily set things up to get on the same page, dump your debt faster, and build your wealth together!

Join our community and get access to our popular FREE course 5 Days to $5K that will show you how you can find, save, and make more money to achieve your biggest dreams!

Tai & Talaat McNeely

Creators of His & Her Money

I love how Elle gives practical steps to handling your finances.


She not only tells you what to do, but explains it in a detailed way. This is a great resource for couples to win with money!

Joe Saul-Sehy

Creator & Host of Stacking Benjamins

Managing money doesn't have to be difficult for couples.


Using Elle's fantastic advice, you'll learn that growing your wealth with a partner is as much about communication as it is about tools.

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Sync Up with Money!

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Discover how to talk about money without fighting.


Learn the biggest money mistakes couples make & how to fix them!

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Tired so much of your money going towards car loans, student loans, and other debts?


Discover how to find, save, and earn extra money step by step!

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Get the best tools to make managing your money easier and less stressful!

Money and Marriage Doesn't Have to Be Complicated or Stressful! 

Elle Martinez, creator of Couple Money

Author of Jumpstart Your Marriage and Your Money

Quite simply, I created Couple Money because we needed it.


When we first talked about money, we quickly discovered that we weren't seeing eye to eye on money. 


Our views on debt, savings, and investing were completely different. 


We were starting off our marriage with over $30,000 of debt. We knew that if we wanted to succeed, we needed to work together on this. 


As I was searching online for information and tips on personal finance, I've found some great resources on the essential financial stuff, but none of it seemed tailored for couples. 


  • How do you get your spouse to actually stick with the budget?
  • Should we lend money to family?
  • How do you work together on debt when you can't agree on the method?


We couldn't find it, so I opened about our conversations about money and more here on Couple Money. 


Together we paid off our debt, saved for our family and house, and started on the path to financial independence. 


And as we shared our journey, other couples chimed in with their wins, struggles, and advice. 


The mission of Couple Money is to help spouses stop fighting about money and start building a life they love together


We'd love you to be a part of it!

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Hi, I'm Elle Martinez, creator of Couple Money. I started this community to help spouses build their marriage and money together!

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