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Cents & Sensibility: How Couples Can Agree about Money – eBook
How couples handle money can either sink a marriage or strengthen their relationship. Each person has a "money personality," which governs how financial decisions are made. If you're engaged or married, learn how to improve your relationship by working jointly on financial, spiritual and personality issues.
Complete Financial Guide For Young Couples (Christian Financial Concepts)
Debt-Proof Your Marriage: How to Manage Your Money Together
No matter what your financial situation looks like right now, you and your spouse can take steps to become debt free and strengthen your marriage in the process. Debt-Proof Your Marriage is packed with real-life advice and sprinkled with humor that will renew your hope and determination. It covers everything you need for managing your money as a couple.
Learning to Live Financially Free: Hard-Earned Wisdom for Saving Your Marriage & Your Money – eBook
Is it time for you to take a personal look at what it takes to live debt free? In this timely new book based on their own financial challenges, Marybeth Whalen and Curt Whalen offer hard-earned wisdom and hope to families who struggle with debt and the consequences of financial mistakes. The Whalens draw from their own experiences of their first ten years of marriage to create a resource that provides both a helpful hand and a hopeful word for couples who need to get and keep their finances in order and nurture their marriage at the same time. Paperback.
Money and Marriage: A Complete Guide for Engaged and Newly Married Amazon
Newlyweds quickly discover that money is a big deal in their new marriage. Getting on the same financial page is essential because research shows that the more frequently a couple fights about finances, the more likely they are to divorce. Financial expert Matt Bell shows you how to make the most of each other’s financial strengths, teaching you how to work together to build a solid financial future. Through a 10-step action plan, you’ll learn how to prioritize goals, get out of debt, build savings, and much more—all in a way that minimizes stress on your relationship and maximizes unity and balance.
Money and Marriage God’s Way
Financial woes can devastate a marriage, but there is a better way—God’s way. This book offers practical, biblical principles to common problems, shares encouraging stories of real-life couples, and provides interactive discussion opportunities for you and your spouse. Whether you’re engaged, newly married, or empty nesters—this book will help you cultivate the joy God intends for your marriage.
Money Before Marriage: A Financial Workbook for Engaged Couples
She's a shopaholic and he's a tightwad. Or he's a spendthrift and she's a penny-pincher. Are their marriages doomed to fail? Should they even marry at all?
Money and Marriage God's Way
Some people adopt an “It’ll all work out somehow” attitude toward marriage and finances. But sadly, it often doesn’t work out. Financial woes and marriage troubles can rob couples of precious opportunities to savor the blessings of companionship, family, and peace that God intends for His people.
Money Problems, Marriage Solutions: 7 Keys to Aligning Your Finances and Uniting Your Hearts
Arguments about money are by far the top predictor of divorce, says Sonya Britt, a professor at Kansas State University. “It's not children, in-laws, or anything else. It's money—for both men and women."
Profit Sharing: The Chapman Guide to Making Money an Asset in Your Marriage - Unabridged Audiobook Christian Book
In his fourth audiobook from the Marriage Saver series, Chapman provides practical advice on how to make money an asset-as opposed to a headache-in your marriage. Other titles in the series include Home Improvements, Everybody Wins and Now What
Your Money, Your Marriage: The Secrets to Smart Finance, Spicy Romance, and Their Intimate Connection
God’s vision for your marriage is far more than mediocre, and money is one of the most common tension points. But it doesn’t have to be this way.