A Primer for Financial Planners: The Revised Innocent Spouse Rules
- Work it out. // Marriage Partnership;Winter93, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p18
Describes how a couple resolved their difference in spending habits. Husband's passion for saving; Wife's spending as extravagant; Gaining greater understanding by learning from each other; Benefit from developing a budget.
- Newlyweds should make financial planning a priority. // Best's Review / Life-Health Insurance Edition;Sep96, Vol. 97 Issue 5, p105
Reports on the importance of financial planning for newlyweds. Agreement that financial decisions be joint decisions.
- Who's minding the money? Harris, Janis Long // Today's Christian Woman;Sep/Oct95, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p62
Presents advice on how to handle financial arrangements between husbands and wives. Deciding on division of financial labor; Time management; Accountability factor.
- Journal abstracts. // Social Security Bulletin;Winter95, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p142
Summarizes the report `Til Death Do Us Part: Marital Disruption and Mortality,' by Lee A. Lillard and Linda J. Waite, published in the March 1995 issue of `American Journal of Sociology.' Examination of the extent to which financial well-being, living arrangements, and marital history account...
- Should You Hide Money From Your Mate? // Jet;03/19/2001, Vol. 99 Issue 14, p30
Offers advice from financial advisors including Jesse B. Brown, Jerome Schneider, and Allison Hope on whether or not married people should hide money from their mate.
- IS MONEY MESSING UP YOUR MARRIAGE? King, Elisabeth // Good Medicine (Australian Consolidated Press);Mar2003, p54
Presents financial advice for married people. Way to start discussions about money; Need to address the concerns and attitudes of each individual; Financial responsibilities involved when re-marrying.
- Money, honey? Johnson, Pamela // Essence (Essence);Jan1999, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p54
Offers advice to married couples on how to handle their financial disagreements. Causes of arguments about money as identified by Octavia Carlos, a psychiatric social worker; Creating a budget that reflects daily expenses.
- Did your parents argue about money? // Marriage Partnership;Spring92, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p28
Presents a questionnaire for married couples focused on their knowledge of how financial issues were handled by their parents when they were young. Premise that examples set by parents influence their children's attitudes about money when they themselves get married.
- Wanting it all, settling for less. Blue, Ronald // Marriage Partnership;Fall92, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p64
Answers questions about married people's personal finance. Financial expectations for newly married couples; Capital gains tax; Preparing for retirement.