“Happily ever after” has not panned out, and your relationship is over. Here are 10 steps to sort out your finances after a break-up.
The July issue of Money is on sale now. From how to teach your kids about money to the hidden costs of refinancing your mortgage, here’s what you can expect.
With couples around twice as likely to own real estate compared with those on their own, pairing up could be the only viable option.
Figuring out how to budget with your partner can be tough. Here are some dos and don’ts for managing your money as a couple.
Henry is earning good money but his wife is taking time out of the workforce to raise their child. Can he contribute to her super?
Whether you just popped the question, or you’ve been together for 20 years, two kids and a mortgage, it’s never too late to money-proof your marriage.
Separated couples are having to wait up to three years before their divorce is finalised, enduring a complicated, lengthy and expensive process. But there is an alternative.
Kim and her husband have separated but still maintain joint finances. This is not sustainable, says Paul Clitheroe.