Early on in our marriage, the two of us made a big mistake. And every opportunity that we get, we love to tell couples that are engaged or newly-married – or even seasoned couples – one way to avoid one of our biggest mistakes. That huge mistake was leaving the
Marriage is a partnership where two people share each other’s love, dreams… and financial responsibilities. In many cases, people get into marriage with cooperative money-management taking the back seat in their minds. Eventually, life demands people to make crucial financial decisions every now and then. And this is when couples
While we already know getting out of debt is no easy task, it’s even harder when you’re doing it by yourself – and definitely more difficult when your spouse isn’t on the same page as you. We know some of you have been encouraged enough and you are ready. You’re
How to Stop Fighting About Money Money management is almost always a sensitive issue for many couples. Topics such as saving, spending, earning, and debt, are usually left unspoken of until there comes a point where couples are forced to face it. And in many cases, the sub sequential money
Rarely is a couple’s argument one-sided. Even though money is one of the arguments that come up again and again, many times, money fights really aren’t about money. On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we interview Cora Hietpas to talk to us about how to handle the dynamic of
It’s a little-known fact that I love all things planning and organization. When the kind folks over at ErinCondren.com sent me over a package to review I did not hesitate. Did you know that proper planning can help you in the area of your finances? Well, it absolutely can!
If you have been trying to figure out a way to increase your income to aid you in the process of debt elimination, then this episode of The His & Her Money Show is for you. We are going to be talking with Travis Peters, who got out of debt
We have long wanted to talk about the experience of going from living off two incomes down to one. This is in response to a question that was sent into us asking what we would do in a situation where a wife makes three times as much as her husband.
For many, the costs associated with feeding their families tends to be a big time budget buster. However, for Amanda, she has figured out a plan that allows her to feed her family of 5 for under $100 a month. On this episode of The His & Her Money Show,
Why We Never Pay Ourselves First Conventional wisdom tells us every time we receive a paycheck, we should always pay ourselves first. Personal finance gurus always make this claim because, in their estimation, wisdom dictates that you have to take care of yourself before you take care of anyone else.