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Working With Your Spouse Financially by samowo01: 11:20am On May 18, 2020
One of the best financial decisions you can make is who you marry. I do not mean choose someone who is a financial expert, or someone who has wealthy parents. The quality of having good financial habits is usually ignored during the courting period. What this period entails in this current time is couples going on expensive dates and exchanging extravagant presents.

The courting period is a time to show your partner who you really are financially. After wedlock, you might get surprised with the changed behavior of your partner towards his or her finance, this will be detrimental not just for your relationship but also your financial life.

It’s a time to know your partner, is he or she frugal, or rather wasteful? Know, accept and try to understand who you are with. Relationships are supposed to help you grow. Finding out these details about your partner can help you teach him or her good financial habits, and could also help your finances in the long run.

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