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    A Parent's Moving In: Prepare to Provide Financial Support

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Podcast: Spending Independently As a Couple

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Advice on sharing your lives while keeping your finances separate in marriage

Personal finance blogger Len Penzo shares strategies for how to determine whether you and your spouse are financially compatible—and what to do if you’re not. Watch Now

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Stay on track for your future plans after a divorce

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Divorce can affect your retirement. Here are 3 ways to help you stay on track for your future plans Read More

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Why You Need to Talk About Money Before the Wedding

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A frank financial discussion before the big day can make your union that much stronger Read More

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Welcoming a New Addition: Mom

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Before and elderly parent comes to live with you, set expectations and discuss these Read More

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Divorce and Your Money

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How to manage your finances when a marriage ends

In the short run, divorce is an emotionally wrenching experience for all involved. In the long run, it can sow the seeds of financial disaster if one spouse lets the other dominate the process. Read More

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Five Tips for Paying Off Debt with Your Partner

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Talk About Debt Before You Tie the Knot

Read these five tips to help pay down debt and address money issues in marriage Read More

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Managing Finances After the Death of a Spouse

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How to Move Forward Financially

To find yourself suddenly without your "other half" is likely to be a drastic change affecting all aspects of your life — especially your finances. Read More

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If you are planning ahead for the day when you may need to financially support your parent, start early and try to manage your money in dedicated funds or “buckets,” including one for the money needed to care for mom or dad. The size of this bucket depends on your parents’ needs and resources. Click here for more information and tips on how to prepare for caring for aging parents.