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 realize whether there are things that needs to be fixed in order to be truly compatible with each other, especially with the money part.
Financial editor for Today’s Show on NBC, Jean Chatzky, is on today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, to share with us the wisdom and knowledge she gained about marriage, partnerships in goals, and the financial aspects that involve around them.
Jean addressed as many issues and answered as many questions we have, where many couples dealing with finance in marriage can relate to. From identifying how couples may not see each other eye-to-eye when it comes to the money part, to ways of solving financial problems without imposing heavily difficult decisions.
Jean is a leading personal finance expert, award-winning journalist, best-selling author, sought-after motivational speaker and broadcast personality. You can find more about Jean on her website: https://www.jeanchatzky.com/
What You Will Learn In This Episode
- Tips on structuring budget and allocations.
- The similarities of tracking your spending and tracking your calories.
- How to find the romantic part of money-management.
- Jean’s tips on ways to get your spouse to have the money talk.
- Jean’s advice for people who don’t know where to start on financial management.
Resources Mentioned In This Episode
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