10 Pieces of Financial Advice Every Newlywed Couple Needs to Read
If we’ve said it once, we’ve said it a thousand times: discussions about money are tough. Finances are a touchy topic no matter the situation, but the issue gets all the more complicated when you’re newlyweds trying to navigate a new, shared life together—especially if you haven’t hashed out a shared financial strategy before you tie the knot.
Considering that money is consistently one of the top reasons why spouses fight, it’s not only important to find a way to handle these kinds of talks civilly (especially if you want to stay married), but to also understand the new financial responsibilities that come with getting married.
We know,it can all be a tad intimidating, which is why we’re passing along this really helpful list of financial advice for newlywed couples that we read today. From saving for retirement and setting up an emergency fund to planning how you’ll deal with one partner’s changing career situation, the article covers all the main points you’ll want to take note of.
And when you’re in the thick of it, just remember this: Honesty and openness are always the best policies when talking about money.
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