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Four Financial Questions for Engaged Couples

Four Financial Questions for Engaged Couples
These four questions can help engaged couples begin to talk about their financial future together.

Should You Get a Prenup?

Should You Get a Prenup?
Learn more about what a prenuptial agreement is and how it can help protect a couple's financial goals.

My Wedding Spending Plan

My Wedding Spending Plan
Track budgeting progress and record wedding purchases with this wedding spending plan.

Paying for a Wedding

Paying for a Wedding
Find out how much the average wedding costs, where that money goes and how to save in this infographic.

Pre-Marriage Checklist

Pre-Marriage Checklist
Add these financial and legal tasks to your wedding planning to-do list. These items will prepare you to join your finances with your spouse and ensure that your marriage is legal.

Marriage Rights and Benefits

Marriage Rights and Benefits
The rights that come with marriage can benefit you in all aspects of your financial life. Learn about the tax, government, medical, death and estate planning benefits available to married couples.

Remarriage To-do's

Remarriage To-do's
Merge your families and your finances with these strategic tips for getting remarried.

Post-Marriage Checklist

Post-Marriage Checklist
Refer to this checklist for financial and legal tasks to take care of after getting married, such as changing your name and merging accounts.

What is a Postnuptial Agreement?

What is a Postnuptial Agreement?
Find out what a postnuptial agreement is and how it differs from a prenuptial agreement.

Insuring Your Wedding Ring

Insuring Your Wedding Ring
Learn how insuring a wedding ring provides protection for an important piece of jewelry and its history of a marriage.

Insurance for Married Couples

Insurance for Married Couples
Newly married couples have many financial changes to consider, including what to do about insurance. Learn more now.

Marital Opt-in and Opt-out Policies

Marital Opt-in and Opt-out Policies
Marriage brings big changes to the way you own and manage property. Find out what options spouses have for sharing control and how your state of residence can make all the difference when estate planning.

Sharing the Responsibility for Household Finances

Sharing the Responsibility for Household Finances
It's important for both parties in a marriage to be aware of their financial situation and be a part of financial decision-making. Here's why.

Marrying Bank Accounts

Marrying Bank Accounts
This article covers the implications of joining your checking, savings and credit accounts with your spouse or keeping them separate.

Filing Jointly or Separately

Filing Jointly or Separately
Learn the differences between filing taxes jointly and separately as a married couple.

Joint Planning for Retirement

Joint Planning for Retirement
Retirement can seem like paradise while you're still in the workforce, but planning without your spouse's input can lead to problems. Learn why joint retirement planning is so important and how your quality of life during retirement can benefit from habits you establish now.

Spousal IRAs

Spousal IRAs
If your spouse works and you don't earn an income, consider contributing to a spousal IRA. Here's everything you need to know.

Estate Planning for Newlyweds

Estate Planning for Newlyweds
Learn about all of the estate planning tasks newlywed couples should take care of to reflect their life change, including wills, living wills and beneficiary designations.