Couple Holding Hands

Did you know the number one reason for spouses to get divorced is money? We have all hard horror stories of recent newly weds who found out one or the other had huge amounts of debt in their name. And I think we can all agree, one of the first reactions we have is “How did you not know about this sooner?”. I get it. Money is a really sensitive topic for people to talk about, especially if they feel as though they aren’t in a good situation. No one wants to feel small or lesser than. Well, today’s article is all above diving into that and why it is VITAL to your relationships health to lay everything on the table prior to any major legal commitments (marriage).

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Cryptocurrency or “crypto” are both common buzz words used in media all the time these days. Many believe that this kind of investing is a fad and while others believe that it is the next US dollar. I can’t tell the future but I can tell you what my personal take and experience has been with cryptocurrency to help you form a better personal opinion of the topic.

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Should You Invest In Real Estate

Deciding whether or not investing in real estate is a good decision for you is more than just watching HGTV and thinking “Hey I could totally do that!”. Having an interest is a great place to start but delving into the different types of investing and what suits your personal situation best is even better. In this article, we will discuss the many different types of real estate investing and see which may be best for you.

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Top Personal Finance Books Worth Reading

It’s a no-brainer that some degree of education is necessary to get ahead these days, so I’m including a list of my top personal finance books worth reading.   The list only has 5, but all of them can help you transform your relationship with money.

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Credit Check Total

This post is revisiting a previously written article regarding Credit Check Total and the services it offers. Keep reading for the full review to decide if it is right for you.

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Since Dual Income No Kids is a personal finance blog, I wanted to take a few minutes to share our own personal wealth building journey.  My wife and I sit down every few weeks and review our budget and net worth.   Here is what the figures looked like at the beginning of August 2019.

For those of you who don’t want to read the whole post, here is the story: net worth of $828,000 driven by stocks and real estate.

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pick stocks for maximum profitSince this is a personal finance blog, I thought I’d share some thoughts on picking stocks for maximum profit. This posting is geared for active investors who are interested in taking more risk to get more return. If you’re into passive index fund investing, this isn’t the article for you. [click to continue…]

Should Spouses Be Held Accountable for Business Debt?

We all know (or hopefully know) that marriage is a very serious commitment. You are signing a legal document that comes with a lot more responsibility than just taking care of each other in sickness and in health. This article dives into the topic of debt and whether or not it becomes the spouse’s debt as well after marriage.

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