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Everything changes when your financial plan includes other people. Here are tips for creating a family budget.
The breadwinning parent might have added home or career costs if the at-home parent passes away.
It is particularly important to be financially proactive when one partner is a decade older or more.
These money-saving tips from wedding industry experts can help you stick to your big-day budget.
Some tax and property advantages for married couples don’t apply if one is a non-U.S. citizen.
It's life insurance which covers two policyowners and pays-off at the second death.
Couples planning a wedding around a winter holiday must navigate carefully.
Couples who blend their money may have a healthier marriage.
Know your partner’s finances; create a cohabitation agreement to mitigate risk.
Merging finances as newlyweds means more than just sharing.
Women in divorce should outline their financial and family priorities to achieve a sound settlement.
Couples can maximize their lifetime payout by planning ahead.
Same-sex spouses should take advantage of all marital benefits available.
Before saying 'I do' again, explore a prenuptial agreement, revising your will, estate plan or trust.
Does remarriage help or hurt a student’s college financial aid package?
To minimize stress and reach their financial goals, newlyweds need a plan.
Know your partner's money habits before you say "I will."
This approach blends treatment components from mental health fields with financial planning techniques.
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