You don't want your wedding gift to be the one the bride and groom deem the worst they received. Here are pleasing alternatives to seven bad ideas.
What's the best way to address a topic that makes people downright tongue-tied? Prioritize, systematize, and break it down into baby steps.
The latest high-tech way to hide assets is with Bitcoins. And if few people are using them to conceal assets in divorces yet, they likely will be soon.
Here's how you and the soon-to-be-ex can go for a saner and financially sensible breakup. Call it cost-conscious uncoupling.
Your marriage is for richer or for poorer. Wouldn't you rather know now which it's going to be?
Estate planning and medical surrogate documents are essential for everyone, but they're particularly important for unmarried couples.
Exotic international destinations, beach vacations and a dash of adventure are in high demand for honeymoons, but there are ways to cut costs and yet retain the excitement.
You might also want to add this to marriage vows: in wealth or in poverty. The average wedding last year cost a record $30,000, and that doesn't include the honeymoon.
In most cases, filing jointly is the smartest move for married couples. But there are some situations in which they should consider separate returns.
Beverly Harzog, a self-proclaimed credit-card addict, reveals how she fell deep in debt using credit cards -- and how she got out again.
There are times in life you remember in stark detail. Your first kiss, the first time your heart was broken, or the day you tell your spouse you need to file for bankruptcy.
If you've tied the knot (or plan to soon), consider saying goodbye to your individual checking account. Here's why we think joint banking is one key to a healthy marriage.
Social Security is now starting to process benefits for surviving spouses of same-sex marriages.
Want to see how cultural and shopping trends have shifted in recent years? Have a look at the New York Times' engagement announcements and wedding write-ups. It's all there.
It may be tough to think about money when you've just spent a small fortune on your wedding, but newlyweds would be wise to get into these good financial habits early.