Love and money.
You know talking about money and making financial plans together is important. Here’s how to do it and what to prepare for, so you’re always on the same page when it comes to your goals.
Financial Planning After You Get Engaged
Learning how to manage money as a couple, after you get engaged, is an important skill that will carry you not only through the wedding but through the rest of your lives together.
How to Host a Bridal Shower on a Budget
If you're willing to get creative and spend time searching for ideas that work best within your price range, you can host a beautiful bridal shower on a budget.
Adjusting Your Wedding Host Budget to Include Out-of-Town Guests
To show your appreciation for those who've made an effort to book a flight, drive hundreds of miles, and take time off from work, here are some steps a wedding host can take to make sure out-of-town visitors enjoy their weekend stay.
Financial Advice for Newlyweds: 5 Ways Being Married Saves You Money
Our financial advice for newlyweds includes five surprising ways being married can save you money.
5 Money Conversations for Marriage
We will highlight some of the important money based conversations you should have with your partner before getting married.
5 Keys to Destination Wedding Budgeting and Planning
How to Budget and Plan for a Destination Wedding - Whatever the reason, if you're planning on having a destination wedding there are a few financial quirks to consider.
How to Join Bank Accounts Successfully
Your bank can explain how to join bank accounts, but keeping a joint checking account convenient but not contentious requires some rules between co-owners.
What Is the Cost of Changing Your Name?
Combining Bank Accounts When You Move in Together
Combining bank accounts is an option many unmarried couples consider when they're living and managing their finances together.
How to Manage Debt as a Couple When Only Your Partner Has Debt
Even if your partner has debt but you don't, you need to consider how to manage debt together.
Wedding Planning Tips That Consider Your Guests' Bottom Line
While you may be sweating how you're going to pull off one of the most expensive days of your adult life, it's important to remember that your guests will have expenses, too.
A Successful Wedding on a Budget Starts With the Right Checklist
It's easy to get so swept up in the grandeur and thrill of the wedding world that you lose track of what's actually important to you – versus what the wedding industry wants you to feel you need.