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Remember that owning a home is not always about the math. Will owning a home reduce your quality of life? Or add to it?. Only you can answer that question.
Your financial decisions can affect your partner’s financial well-being. Doing something that has a negative effect on their well-being is financial infidelity.
Opposites attract. So, what happens when a ‘spender’ meets a ‘saver’?
Are you managing your money in alignment with what you value? Personal Finance that’s values-driven does just that. Don’t tell me what you value, show me how you spend your money and I’ll tell you what you value
Regardless of your stage in life, you're never too young to plan for your retirement. With most people retiring at 60 or 65 and the average life expectancy at 78 to 80, the average length of retirement is about fifteen to twenty years. That is a lot of time to decide...
With home prices skyrocketing these past few years, it would convince most people that homeownership would be the ultimate goldmine. And tough luck for those who can never afford what appears to have become a luxury. But we must not assume that buying a home is the...
What is financial infidelity? And how can you prevent it? Brad wanted to refinance his mortgage in order to build a new home for his family. Since his wife Gillian was on the title, it meant their banker, Tim, needed to pull up the credit report for both of them....