Imagine this: You're out for a romantic dinner with your spouse. The candles are glowing, and the wine is flowing. You turn to your significant other and say: "So, how are we going to pay for our two lovely children to go to college?"
It may not sound very lovey-dovey, but regular financial dates give couples a chance to discuss everything from taxes, to what home improvements need to be made, to retirement planning, says certified financial planner Jeff Motske, the author of The Couple's Guide to Financial Compatibility. If you ...
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