The Crucial Thing 50% of Couples Aren’t Doing Before Marriage

Most people have struggled with the topic of finances with their significant others in one form or another. From too much credit card debt to too little income to frivolous purchases, etc., we all know the story. It is no wonder that financial pressures rank at the top of the cited reasons for the dissolution of many marriages in the United States. Yet, with some forethought on the part of an engaged couple, much of the financial strains can be avoided and new patterns of learning and engagement can occur. Reach out for insight on how Collaborative Marriage Planning can help you and your family plan for a brighter, financially sound future.

Elizabeth Vaz