I used to see my husband as the villain because he spent more money than I did. I wanted to save every penny and be the hero. But we’re now in agreement on budget issues. Here’s how we did it.
You may feel bankrupt – but that’s only a description of your finances, not your marriage. By supporting each other, you can get out of debt, regain financial control and grow closer as a couple.
For so many couples, Christmas and the gift-giving experience can move from feelings of anticipation to disappointment. The Palmers share ways to turn frustrating exchanges into opportunities.
Ongoing communication about money and how you spend it can ultimately make the difference between a second honeymoon and a broken home.
What if planning your summer vacation had a bonus? What if planning your time away could strengthen your marriage? Here are three tips to build your marriage as you plan your vacation.
Managing finances in a blended family is complicated because of the interconnected relationships. Some of the traditionally accepted advice may not work, and new strategies are often necessary.
The best gift you can give each other is the gift of grace. Extending grace begins with prayer and intentionally communicating about your expectations, anxieties and hopes for this holiday season.
Poor financial communication between husband and wife is common. Talking about money doesn’t always come naturally, but Bethany and Scott Palmer offer tips that can make the process a little easier.
Money matters are so stressful and so frequent that couples are often tempted to hide the truth about their spending. This is what we call financial infidelity.
You might be able to withstand the loss of the money you put into a risky financial investment, but there’s another factor to consider — marital risk. Can you afford to damage the relationship with your spouse?