what's love got to do with #money?


By Vivian Padua

Everything! When you have a spouse, life long partner, other half it is important to have Money Meetings on a weekly, bi-monthly, monthly or sometimes even daily basis. When two people are in a relationship, they come with different money habits, tendencies (Spender vs. Saver, combination of both) perspectives and goals. Having these #MoneyMeetings opens up communication, clarity and can create an action plan or roadmap to what you're trying to accomplish.

Here's an real-life example:

Hubby and Wify have an agreement that whenever he or she is thinking to buy something that if it's over $100, they first have a #MoneyMeeting about the purchase. If it's under $100, then it's okay to just buy it.