3 Tips to Survive a Lopsided Money Relationship

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A couple of weeks ago we were walking off the Denver Everyday TV show set. Chris Parente, the host of the show, suggested we give tips to couples who have a big difference in the amount of money they each make. We LOVE hearing your Money Relationship Questions!

Cancel Your Date Night

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3 Ways to Heat Up Your Relationship!
Ok, we get it! Making time for date nights is hard especially with all the commitments and pressures of life and work. But we also have to remember that we fell in love with one another because we spent quality time together. We went on adventures, went to movies, and had long walks in the park. All of these experiences contributed to why we fell in love in the first place.

The “Come Back Kid” Trend

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3 Tips to Survive Your Kids Moving Back in With You –
There is no debating that things have been tough for kids graduating from college the past 8 years. Here is a statistic we recently stumbled across:

“One in five people in their 20s and early 30s is currently living with his or her parents. And 60 percent of all young adults receive financial support from them.” NY Times You can make this moving home trend the best years of your relationship

Dating Couples Love to Talk About Money

Dating Couples Fight, The Money Couple

Dating? When and How to Have the Dreaded “Money Talk” –
You’ve been dating and are starting to be filled with hope and excitement as you think about your future together. Where would you live, what kind of family would you have, what kind of adventures would you experience, and how would you handle your money as a couple?

Kids Don’t Save

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3 Tips to Turn your Kids into Saving Machines –
According to our research one third of America has a Primary Saver Money Personality (not to mention one third of you have Saver as your Secondary Money Personality). That’s the good news! The flip side of that is that two thirds of us don’t. The old saying “A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned” is easier for some of us to embrace than others. After all, statistically, we are only saving 4.5% of our income for retirement. That’s the adults. Now what about our kids? How do we turn our kids into Saving Machines no matter what their Money Personalities are. (By the way, we are working on a new Money Personality Assessment for kids. Stay tuned!)