Make Valentine's Day your own thing. Don't let retailers get the best end of the deal –- or your wallet. After all, you can't buy love.
Money is wrapped up with emotions, such as fear, insecurity, envy and guilt. Resolving money issues can increase the trust and intimacy in a relationship.
When someone has your heart, you want to give them everything, including your hard-earned savings. Here are four signs you shouldn't.
One man recounts the moment he realized he and his wife were drowning in debt, and how digging themselves out transformed their finances -- and their lives.
The death of a spouse is traumatic -- personally and financially. Here are eight critical financial steps that to take after the death of your life partner.
Knowing the rules can help you make sure that you don't get snared by marriage penalties any more than is absolutely necessary.
Without college, millennial men are less likely to marry, leaving unstable family lives for the next generation.
Imagine if you took that amount of money you're urged to spend on an engagement ring and used it to build a life for yourselves, together.
A new study suggests that states which allow same-sex marriages gain a strong economic benefit through spending on the event, tourism and tax revenue.
Single people are likely to come out ahead financially and could even net an additional $4,000 a year compared to those in relationships, a survey shows.
If women want to marry for love, they must overcome the gender wage gap, tout their accomplishments and ask for raises, bonuses and promotions.
We've used a long engagement to plan (and save for) just the wedding we want. But even with a good plan, we've been hit by many surprise expenses.
Those who are receiving Social Security spousal benefits, or counting on them, need to understand some complex rules before getting remarried.
Social Security benefits for spouses are particularly intricate. To get every penny you deserve, learn about these common scenarios.
More women are making financial decisions for their families, a new survey shows. Here's important advice for female boomers, Gen Xers and millennials.
A financial adviser who specializes in divorces outlines the steps you need to take after your marriage ends to ensure your financial health.
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.