There is saying that mentions how opposites attract, and the idea could not hold to be truer in regards to relationships. However, there are many things two people, especially a married couple, must agree on, and finances is often one of them. When newlyweds agree overall about money, there’s less of a chance their marriage will end in divorce. Kansas State University (KSU) conducted a research in 2012 and found that arguments, namely those regarding money was the prevalent predictor of marriages that ended in divorce.
Want to make sure your marriage doesn’t end up like so many already have? Here are four tips to keep your marriage and money intact.
Have a Money Conversation Tying the Knot
Before you down the aisle, you need to talk through any personal financial situations you might have first. It would be a shame to find out any serious money situations…