While one of the most common stressors on a relationship is finances, budgeting as a couple doesn’t have to be complicated if you’re both on the same team. There’s no such thing as a “normal” budget; each couple’s budget is designed specifically for their family’s goals, income, and spending habits. Budgeting for couples requires open communication and the discipline to track your spending. We can help you identify your long and short term goals to find a plan that works for you, starting with these 7 tips on how to create a budget you and your spouse can follow.
With student debts and big purchase goals on the minds of young investors, getting into the investing world can be overwhelming. With a little research and the expertise of your advisor, you can avoid these 9 mistakes every first time investor makes.
For some, February 14 is the most romantic day of the year. For others, the obligation of Valentine’s Day spending is an inconvenience. Whether you’re looking forward to getting showered with affection and gifts or dreading this retail holiday, if you’re in a relationship, there’s a good chance you’ll be celebrating V-day in one way or another.