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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

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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.

Ready to talk finances with your partner? Get the convo started by sharing your money habits and discussing your savings strategy.

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