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Why My Husband And I Don't Share All Of Our Money

Before I even started dating the man who would become my husband, a married childhood friend told me that I should consider the financial setup she and her husband had agreed on, should I ever marry. 664 more words

Marriage

Joint Accounts: Share of a deceased co-depositor, where should it go?

Joint savings accounts in banks may be covered by a survivorship agreement. Under such agreement, the co-depositors agree that upon the death of either of them, the share pertaining to the deceased shall accrue to the surviving co-depositor or he can even withdraw the entire deposit. 1,886 more words

As Two Checking Accounts Become One

The last couple of days I have received a number of questions about how to handle finances when getting married.  Some of the questions I have heard are: 465 more words

Budget

When Does a Withdrawal from a Joint Bank Account Become a Crime?

When it’s not specifically authorized!  It’s true, unknowing to a large population, all jointly held bank accounts are not created equal.  The deciding factor?  The authority given by the primary account holder.   471 more words

Attorney

6 MONEY MANAGEMENT TIPS YOU MUST KNOW BEFORE YOU MARRY.

You’ve set the wedding date and planned the honeymoon, and now you’re dreaming of kids, relaxing vacations and a happy retirement together. But have you talked about how money management will play into those events? 662 more words

6 Ways Your Client Can Damage Their Credit Score

 During the period of a divorce, a client’s credit score is vulnerable to self-inflicted damage, mostly due to scared thinking, not thinking at all, or even rushing into decisions. 526 more words

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