Side hustles are becoming more prevalent in society than ever before. There are side hustles for just about every type of person, and new ones are being created every single day. Some ambitous individuals are even able to turn a side hustle into a lucrative full time job. Most people equate side hustling with being a solopreneur or working by yourself. However, that's just not … [Read more...] about 3 Side Hustles You Can Do as a Couple
Abuse comes in many forms. While most people think of physical or emotional abuse, there is often a more subtle form of abuse that happens first—financial abuse. Financial abuse can happen in a marriage or a dating relationship, and it’s often the precursor to other forms of abuse. For that reason, learning the red flags of spousal financial abuse is essential. Knowing what … [Read more...] about What Are the Red Flags of Spousal Financial Abuse?
Have you ever wanted to buy something and then decided not to because it was just too much money? Or at least you thought it was. This is the spend vs. save dilemma that many people face every single day. We want to spend money on things that make us happy, but the question we have to ask ourselves is when is it O.K. to spend a little more than we normally should and where … [Read more...] about 5 Times When It’s O.K. to Splurge
If you are preparing to enter a marriage with substantial assets, you likely will want to have a prenuptial agreement to protect those assets. Having witnesses is not required when you sign the prenup, but it is recommended that you have two witness and a notary at the signing. There are many reasons why you need a prenup witness or two. … [Read more...] about Reasons Why You Need Witnesses in a Prenup
Bank runs are not just a thing of the past. In fact, there was even a bank run in 2019 in the United Kingdom because of a Whats App rumor. But what exactly is a bank run? Should you be worried about it? We'll explain. … [Read more...] about What Happens During A Bank Run?
More and more couples are living together before they marry. While many of these couples may start out in apartments, the longer they live together, the more they may think of buying a house together. Especially in our current economic climate of record low mortgage interest rates, buying a home together seems like the next logical step in a committed relationship. Be … [Read more...] about Risks of Buying a Home as an Unmarried Couple
When it comes to making extra money, the options are seemingly endless. The gig economy has led many to join ride-hailing services, try their hand at writing, or simply do surveys for some pocket cash. However, many of those potentially income-increasing routes don’t ignite everyone’s passion. Luckily, if you have a love of photography, you can make money as an amateur … [Read more...] about How to Make Money as an Amateur Photographer
If you know you’re likely headed for divorce, you may want to protect yourself by selling assets such as property, personal items, cars, etc. However, there are many aspects to take into consideration before making any such move. Selling possessions before divorce can have serious repercussions in how the court treats you once you file the divorce papers. … [Read more...] about Can a Spouse Secretly Sell Possessions Before Divorce?
The perfect DINK formula is a couple with two incomes and no children. These couples may remain DINKs forever, or being DINKs may just be a stop on the way to having children. There are general assumptions about DINKs, so for fun, we created this DINK cliche test. Are you a perfect DINK according to the test? … [Read more...] about Are You a DINK Cliche? Take the Test.
Whether you’re a Trump fan or a Biden one, there’s no doubt that a very different administration is replacing the current one. That means we’ll see stark differences in the way Biden runs the country compared to Trump. We’ll also see significant differences in the leaders Biden chooses versus Trump. However, the difference in the two candidates doesn’t just affect the … [Read more...] about Investing Tips Under the Biden Administration