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Even the most loving couples can have difficulties coming to a consensus about finances, but when they start being honest and collaborative, the future can be brighter and more secure.
It can be hard to discuss money matters between a couple but having a joint account can promote transparency in finances and improve relationships in the long run.
Ensuring financial security for your family is not an easy job, especially with the responsibility of child-raising and safeguarding ourselves against emergencies. We invite two experts to advise how couples can work towards securing their future.
You spent years caring and focusing on your children. Now that they have grown up and are independent, couples need to plan for their years ahead and ensure their retirement funds are as sustainable as can be.
For soon-to-be-married or newly-wed couples, marriage is the start of a new chapter where you will probably find yourself making some adjustments in your life. Here are 3 top issues you need to have an open discussion with your partner to give your marriage a strong start.
Here are some key findings from the FFL Marriage Poll 2016 which was conducted between January and February 2016 to gauge attitudes towards marriage.
Being able to talk about and plan your financial future together is important. Learn how you can do this better.
Being financially prudent when you plan for your first home will allow you to focus on building a strong and happy marriage without financial worries.