Don't let cash come between you

Kobliner, Beth
February 2010
Redbook;Feb2010, Vol. 214 Issue 2, p130
The article offers tips on how to settle money matters within marriage in the U.S. The author mentions that addressing one's financial and money concerns with one's partner is the best move to save the relationship. Other tips mentioned include knowing one's money personalities, establishing ground rules, and having an annual money date.


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