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Common Misconceptions Newlyweds Have about Credit

Are you believing a financial lie?

If you’re a newlywed, there are some things regarding money about which you might be…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Sherri Shepherd Prenup Details Modest Payments For Husband

The View co-host agrees to a small, one lump sum payment to husband

With a messy divorce battle brewing, Sherri Shepherd reveals prenup details for a small one…

By Courtney Connley

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5 Tips for Talking to Your Spouse About Finances

It's a conversation that must take place and should be carefully worded

It is important to know how much money is coming into and going out…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Love and Money: Should You File a Joint Tax Return?

When you choose married filing separately, you and your spouse file two separate tax returns instead of one joint return

Here’s some information to help you decide

By Sheiresa Ngo

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The Cost of Raising a Child Continues to Rise

Buy a Bentley? Or have a baby? The Bentley could be cheaper

Raising children is more expensive than you think

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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Love and Money: Dealing with Financial Crisis While in Love

What to do when money woes hit close to home

Now is the time to stick together and work out an action plan

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Love and Money: A Look at Valentine’s Day Shopping Behavior [Infographic]

Women focus on saving money, while men pay more for gifts

Take a look at some fun love and money statistics

By Sheiresa Ngo

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MetLife Offers Tips on Managing Love and Money

Guidelines for creating harmony between your money and your honey

MetLife’s handy tips are from their love and money workshop, which is part of their…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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5 Things You Should Know about Postnuptial Agreements

Make plans for after you say "I do"

Even if you’re in a relationship that you think will last forever, things can change

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Divorce and Your Finances: The Basics

As with marriage, divorce is a major life-transition that requires financial planning

No one likes to plan for divorce, especially married people

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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Personal Finance Word of the Day: Financial Infidelity

Your daily money bite

Have you been financially unfaithful?

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Is Mixing Business and Pleasure Worth the Risk?

Workplace love can be magical--or a complete disaster

It’s up to two responsible adults to make wise decisions so they don’t jeopardize their…

By Kenny Pugh

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Are You Financially Dependent On Your Spouse?

What happens when a relationship ends and financial stability is lost?

Whether you are a house wife or a house husband there can be certain risks…

By Sasha King

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5 Financial Questions You Must Ask Before Saying “I do”

Get the full picture before merging finances

Discuss the topic of money prior to saying “I do” in order to get a…

By Kenny Pugh

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The Engagement Ring: A Gift from the Heart or Jewel for the Ego?

Focus less on the ring and more on the relationship

Why would a woman contribute toward the purchase of an engagement ring meant to be…

By Kenny Pugh

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Should You Let Your Sick Parent Move in?

Moving a parent in could put a strain on love and money

The decision on whether to move a parent in can be an emotional and life-changing…

By Kenny Pugh

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Money Can’t Buy You Love, So Learn the Art of Relationships

A pile of cash doesn't guarantee lasting love

No matter how much money you have you can’t buy true love.

By Kenny Pugh

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Net Worth: You Can Control Your Value in Both Love and Money

Be the captain of your own ship

Unfortunately, like financial net worth, some people struggle to understand how net worth translates to…

By Kenny Pugh

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What Happens When Your Spouse Decides She No Longer Wants to Work?

Figuring out a short-term solution to a long-term problem

Matt and Shelly had a conversation prior to the wedding in which they both acknowledged…

By Kenny Pugh

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Love & Money: Don’t Let Uninvited Guests Ruin Your Relationship

Uninvited guests -- bad habits, hidden money and even people -- can be destructive to your relationship

Do they affect men and women differently? Kenny Pugh explores.

By Kenny Pugh

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