How to Avoid Money from Destroying your Marriage

Money is the root of all evils, and it is true if only we allow it. No matter what your status in the society is, money will always interfere in a happy marriage. This is because money matters are seldom being included in the preparation before getting married. It is being assumed by both parties, accompanied with honesty and trust. But when a doubt starts, trust is being lost. That is why it is very important to discuss things about money before problem arises. Here are some of them.

Lay down all the assets and liabilities. It is very important for spouses to know how much money they have when the marriage starts. This includes bank accounts, stocks in the market, as well as debts. Never hide anything from your spouse this will be the worst thing you could do. If you have a separate business before you got married, make sure that your spouse everything about it. This can also help how to start your financial being as husband and wife.

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Article Source: Happy Family Matters

6 comments:

  Dorothy

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  Guardian Angel

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  Stacey @Real World Mom

March 20, 2008 at 9:06 PM

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  Franca Richard

March 22, 2008 at 11:23 PM

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