Wealthy people routinely do things that most poor people don't do -- and a writer says adopting some of these habits could be life-changing.
You need to discuss finances, adult kids and estate planning before remarrying later in life.
In community property states, your spouse’s bad credit can hurt your chances of getting a mortgage, even if you leave him or her off the loan.
Accumulating a million bucks is less about your income as it is the personal finance habits you keep. Read on to learn which of these habits can help you prosper.
It's not strictly the tax code or sharing expenses that enables a couple to accumulate 4% more wealth yearly than singles do.
Whether you're a dating couple, newlyweds, or have been together for many years, there's always hope for the money-mismatched.
A couple of recent studies prove why the frugal are considered sexier than the spendthrift.
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