Everyone has their own unique way of managing money. Whether you’re a saver or a spender – or something in between – you most likely feel as though your way is the right way. When you get married and encounter someone who navigates their finances differently, then, it can be easy to get frustrated. Perhaps you’re a saver and your spouse likes to spend. Maybe they like to save up for trips and you like to save up for a rainy day. In this collision of differences, it’s no surprise that so many couples cite conflict over finances as a stressor in their marriage.
To help you and your spouse find harmony in your finances, we’ve compiled articles and broadcasts to help you navigate these conflicts well, make a plan for managing money together, find financial freedom as a couple, and get advice on specific financial concerns.
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