The six conversations to have about money before getting married

The six conversations to have about money before getting married

The six conversations to have about money before getting married Getting married? Here’s how to avoid tying a knot in your finances Deciding to get married is one of the biggest decisions you will make in your life. It also carries with it the potential for a seismic shift in your personal finances. Decisions you and your partner make regarding how the two of you will manage your money will have implications for years to come. While the thrill of the moment should be savoured, in amongst the proposal, the engagement, the wedding, and the honeymoon — should those traditional elements be a part of your nuptials — do not forget to have the “money talk”. The Independent asked a selection of personal finance experts and certified financial planners what they saw as the most important things to consider before tying the knot. Be open and make a plan “Get financially naked,” says Danetha Doe, creator of Money & Mimosas, a financial wellness platform for the self-employed. “If you haven’t already, now is the time to share your income, debt, …
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