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Marriage -- join your hearts and savings goals

That's more romantically said than done. Developing money habits as a team is one of the biggest adjustments newlyweds will make. Different money habits can bring about conflicting attitudes toward money. Bottom line -- the rules are pliable and need to be custom-fitted for you and your spouse.

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Insuring your wedding ceremony, Guide to weddings and finances, You want me to sign a what?, The ABCs of prenuptial agreements, Joining hearts and bank accounts, Have a no-surprises wedding night: Talk early about your debts, Quiz: Money and the marriage ceremony, Talk constructively about money
, Start your marriage on firm financial ground, 10 financial exercises for couples, Calculator: How to reach a savings goal, Should marriage mean a money merger?

 

 

-- Posted: Jan. 20, 2003

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