May 4, 2015 / Sharon Bloodworth
Couples Who Disagree When It Comes to Money
Money can be a very divisive matter for couples. Are your money personalities different? Is one a spender and the other a saver? Here is an excellent article that explores the issues and provides great thinking.
How Couples Can Resolve Their Biggest Fights Over Money
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