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.
The government says that all legally married gay couples will be able to file joint federal tax returns even if they live in states that don't recognize same-sex marriages.
A destination wedding can get awfully expensive for guests. Here's how much of the expense you're expected to bear -- and whether you still need to get a gift.
Can you put a price on true love? A San Francisco ad exec has done just that, offering anyone in her extended network of friends $10,000 if they set her up with "the One."
Want to have the wedding of your dreams without ending up in a debt nightmare? Start by forgetting the cliches and figuring out what really matters to you on your big day.
Live-streaming your wedding might seem like just another indulgence, but it could be a financial win-win for you and your out-of-town friends.
The Supreme Court's decision to strike down the Defense of Marriage Act isn't only a civil rights victory for same-sex couples across the country, it's also a financial win.
Planning a wedding is no small feat, but it's also important to start mapping out what your financial lives will look like after the big day is over.
Money is the No. 1 source of conflict for couples, so before you walk down the aisle, have a serious conversation with your mate about how you're paying for the reception.
Men and women already bicker about which sex drives better. Now they have another topic of automotive contention: Who lies more about dings, crashes, and tickets?
Everyone talks about the physical aspect of domestic abuse, but there's more to it. Leslie Morgan Steiner's ex-husband left her not only battered, but nearly bankrupt.
Sad fact: Many couples who move in together split up. Life coach Michele Callahan offers tips on choices you can make at the start that'll make move-out day much easier.
How much do you know about your partners' credit history - or their credit present? More than one in five Americans are hiding financial secrets from their significant others.
To many couples, following a romantic marriage proposal with a pragmatic discussion about a prenuptial agreement feels like you're predicting a divorce. But the conversation...
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It's hard to think of a less romantic topic than tax planning. But if Valentine's Day happens to bring a proposal, you might want to know a bit more about some of the...
You don't think a color-coordinated bouquet of organized financial files and reconciled account statements is romantic enough for Valentine's Day? Then consider this: Money...