What do adults see as their parents’ money mistakes?

Daniel B. Kline •
The Motley Fool

At a certain age, many children have to deal with the financial mistakes their parents make. That could mean having to help them out with money, or even having mom and/or dad move in with you. Some families actually plan for that to happen. In other cases, there are limited options given the high cost

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Money and marriage: four tips for successful ‘matrimoney’

Mia Taylor •
The Simple Dollar
Young couple kissing at wedding reception

It’s a fairly well-known fact that money can be one of the biggest sources of strife in a relationship. In fact, according to a survey of professional certified divorce financial analysts, it’s the third leading cause of divorce in North America (behind basic incompatibility and infidelity, respectively). Summer is the most popular season to get

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Here’s how much money seven real couples spent on their wedding

Hillary Hoffower •
Business Insider
Wedding venue

Modern-day weddings have a notorious reputation for being pricey. On average, Americans spend roughly $33,391 on their weddings, according to The Knot’s 2017 Real Weddings Study. But that doesn’t mean they can afford it. More than 74 percent of couples will go into debt for wedding costs, reports Student Loan Hero.  But, of course, how

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How to separate your personal and business finances (and why you need to)

Kevin Mercadante •
Money Under 30
Business finance concept, Calculator and Notebooks on the table

It’s not always easy to keep your personal finances separate from your side hustle or small business. But separate you must, otherwise, you’ll have no way of knowing if your business is profitable. There’s also the potential to make mistakes. Fortunately, there are several ways to keep your personal finances separate from your business. Most

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