So you and your partner have decided to make the big leap and move in together. Remember, there are more important questions to ask than who gets what side of the wardrobe.
About 85% of couples argue regularly over money. So what can you do when your partner doesn’t share your financial values and goals?
What is the price of love? More than $11 billion apparently. That is what Aussie singles spend on dating each year.
While asking about saving plans on the first date is a little forward, it is important you don’t wait until after you have settled down to discuss money. Here is the why, when and how to talk finance at each stage of your relationship.
Your financial planner needs to be brutally honest about your financial behaviour, not step around it because you are friends.
Looking past her partner’s money habits left one NSW woman divorced and $30,000 in debt. These are the financial red flags you can’t afford to ignore.
Many couples think they must lodge a combined a tax return once you’re married, which isn’t true. Here’s what you need to know.
Lonely hearts should be wary of scammers when looking for love online this Valentine’s Day, warns the ACCC.