Four Tips For Newly Married Couples

February 17, 2014

Hi All, I really like Kiplinger’s personal finance. Its mostly pretty solid advice from people who know what they are talking about. So, for today’s posting here is a quick three minute video with four finance tips for newlyweds. While the tips are designed for people who are newly a couple – they can apply […]

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DINKs Finance – About Us

February 11, 2014

As we work on various improvements to our blog, we thought we’d share a more extensive About Us post. You can look forward to enhanced tabs with better access to some of our best content over the last eight years, as well as other resources we recommend. DINKs Finance was established as a blog in […]

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How does money change you?

January 14, 2014

We were out at dinner the other night with a couple of close friends. We were discussing stocks, as we often do with this particular group of friends. When we noted that we had surpassed the Million Dollar mark, our friend commented how refreshing it is see that we’ve done so well for ourselves and […]

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Still having money problems in your 60s?

December 12, 2013

Good morning Dinks.  We all work so one day we can stop working and live happily ever after into retirement bliss.  But what can you do if you are mentally ready to retire, but can’t afford it financially? Well that’s the situation that one of my clients is currently facing. My client Mrs. Zenna has […]

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Are you being bullied over money?

December 2, 2013

“One in 10 Americans classify their spouse or live-in partner as a “financial bully.” – Credit Karma and Harris Interactive Good morning Dinks.  If you follow me on Twitter you know that I am very anti-bullying, in all aspects of life from school yards to the work place.  Now that I am older and out of school I […]

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How to Be the Female Breadwinner Without Becoming Resentful

November 13, 2013

Good morning Dinks.  This is a guest post from Casey at Enjoy! Women who are financially-independent and the breadwinners in their relationships often find a profound sense of empowerment with each paycheck — but often, that feeling quickly turns to disappointment. Female breadwinners may feel as if they aren’t crushing any stereotypes at all, but […]

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She won’t leave him, not even for the money

October 9, 2013

Good morning Dinks.  One of my colleagues and friends is going through a really tough time right now because she is facing a fork in the road of her relationship.  I have known Kate for almost seven years and she has been with her husband for almost just as much time.  Kate met Ken (Oh […]

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Are DINKS the new normal?

September 23, 2013

Good morning Dinks.  So many times here on Dinks we have talked about how people with no kids work harder at the office because we don’t have the time commitment to rush home to and how childless couples are seen as being selfish in the eyes of society.  But maybe this isn’t so true anymore. […]

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How To Start Integrating Your Finances

September 10, 2013

Since the goal of Dual Income No Kids is to discuss finance within relationships, Today’s posting contains some thoughts on getting started merging your finances. Anyone who is married or in a long term relationship will say you’ll need to begin integrating your finances with your significant other at some point. David Bach has come […]

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