I'm 37 years old and married without kids -- and I haven't worked in four years. That feels like a confession. I didn't expect to be living like this in my 30s, but not working has worked out for me.
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It seems like things are going just as planned until you remember that now you have to figure out how to combine your two homes into one.
You may feel like you can now breathe a big sigh of relief and settle right into marital bliss but there is still one outstanding task that remains to be tackled -- the marrying of your financial accounts.
Long gone are the days when combining your finances with your partner involved getting married and assuming that your husband would control your joint financial fate.
Nearly half of all people have lied to their significant other about money, according to a new "Financial Infidelity" survey of 23,000 online users by...
Keeping our money separate helped me feel as if I'd held onto some small wedge of my independence, guaranteeing that I wouldn't lose myself.
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