An astonishing 64% of Americans indicate that money is a significant sources of stress in their life. Finding ways to effectively handle financial stress is important because it can lead to health issues and other personal problems.
Today’s household might not be multigenerational under one roof but most people in their 40’s and 50’ do have to think about supporting their multigenerational family. If you are part of this so called sandwich generation, there are a few strategies for you to manage this family dynamic.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner it might be a good time to talk about love and money. What do they have in common? Both are important to having a healthy and long lasting relationship.
Couples just starting a life together often struggle with melding two money management styles into one cohesive couples’ strategy. Money issues are still the number reason for marriages or relationships to end. However, a few simple steps can help couples avoid the blunders that can lead to money problems.
Love and money are often not talked about in the same conversation however money issues are still the leading cause for divorce. With Valentine’s Day fast approaching and over 6 million marriage proposals expected, maybe now is the right time to mix love and money.
Love and money are two topics that go hand in hand as part of building a healthy relationship that lasts. Unfortunately, many couples don’t discuss money issues until after getting married. There are a few important topics to cover with your significant other before walking down the aisle.
Many people find it a struggle to pay their bills – especially as they age.
So if you find yourself observing your parents or an elderly relative in need of a helping hand, here are a few of many issues to consider:
Fighting about money with your spouse is terrible, but fighting about money when they have become your ex is even worse.