don’t love by the numbers

nowadays, almost newly wed couples are both working. therefore, getting hitched does not involve only bonding of 2 different individuals but also tying the financial knot as well.

during the preparation phase of each marriage, money matters usually comes in. i too can attest that i personally had some petty arguments over budget to set for our suppliers , but am proud to say that we were able to pull it off and had a successful wedding budget ( though it really exceeded the forecasted amount).

most couples always see to it that everything should be considered in order to avoid the kind of financial conflicts that often lead to nasty fights between husbands and wives.

don’t let money ruin the marital bliss that you are enjoying.

I have read an article saying, six months before marriage, an engaged couple must commence talking about the financial issues of the household. She may have certain expectations about where they’re going financially, but he may have a totally different take on how it’s going to go for the first year.

Couples need a money system. Saving should be done first—before there’s any spending of any kind. Couples will say, “Because we’re married, let’s go get new furniture and a bigger house.”

Each of the couple should have a share on the spendings…mostly 75% of the surveyed reasons for divorce was because of financial issues.

Therefore, for couples, beware and talk about money wisely … and as much as possible don’t start any arguments about it, otherwise home will be wrecked.

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