Money fights may be the top predictor of divorce, but it’s not money’s fault. Our emotional attachment to money is the problem. Some financial experts such as Suze Orman even say that we have a relationship with money. Our emotional attachment to money doesn’t just affect our human relationships, it can destroy our marriages.
marriage and money
My husband and I are thinking about money long-term (sort of): retirement in less than ten years. I’ve been researching money and marriage tips, and found these helpful tips for couples considering retirement on our bank’s website (thank you, RBC! Hopefully this article will help me pay the mortgage).
The consequences of growing up poor don’t end when you’re a financially stable adult. Here’s how growing up poor affects your relationship or marriage, and how… Read More »How Growing Up Poor Affects Your Relationship
In a book about the conversations you must have before getting married, I found the best way to stop money fights in a relationship. It’s… Read More »The Best Way to Stop Fighting About Money
Q: My husband and I have been married for a month and we’re having a hard time setting financial priorities. We are trying to get… Read More »Should We Buy a House or Pay Off Our $50,000 Debt?
Knowing how couples get rich will help you and your partner grow wealthy together – and maybe even add some spice to your relationship! These… Read More »How Do Couples Get Rich? 7 Tips for Growing Wealth Together