Married Couples, Families, and Money
How the marriage tax penalty results in higher taxes for married couples.
Money Guide for Couples
Should You and Your Spouse Have Joint or Separate Checking Accounts? Tips on How to Decide and How to Make It Work
How to plan financially for a new baby.
What's that second family income really costing you? How much is it really contributing to your family finances? Calculate the real cost of working and find out how you can afford to stay home with your kids.
Teach your kids about money and help them become financially independent adults.
It IS possible to pay for your child's college education if you start early and follow this advice.
Say goodbye to the marriage tax penalty, good news for married couples.
A straightforward explanation of the marriage tax penalty, with advice on how to deal with it.
Teach your kids how to save and invest.
Billions of dollars in lost or unclaimed money is sitting in state coffers waiting for the owners to claim it. Some of it might be yours. Find out how to claim it.
Practical steps for newlyweds to build a firm financial foundation for their marriage.
Getting married? Ensure smoother sailing with these tips on how to handle the financial aspects of your marriage.
Advice on mingling your money in marriage.
Nobody gets married expecting to get divorced, yet it happens all too often. Should you sign a prenuptial agreement in case it happens to you?
The Yours, the Mine and the Ours: how to successfully merge your financial histories, habits, and values.
For many, having both spouses work doesn't pay off financially, when you look at the numbers.
You're a saver and your spouse is a spender (or vice versa). What do you do? Try these suggestions from "Sex, Money, and Power," by Linda Barbanel.
How will your new baby impact you financially? And what can you do to prepare? Here's advice about your new little tax deduction.