Whether you’re married or not, combining your finances with a partner can be overwhelming and exciting. Here’s how to do it!
I’ve been an avid YNAB user for a few years now, but have never actually done their 30 Day More Money Challenge. After what seemed like constant spending over the holiday months I thought that now would be the perfect time to print out the workbook and try it out.
What I earned, my biggest expenses, and joining our finances!
If we couldn’t take anything off our plate anytime soon, we needed to change the way we were approaching the plate so that we could tackle it more as a team.
Budgeting together is different than budgeting alone. Here’s a flexible guide for what questions you’ll need to answer when you start budgeting with a partner.
When we talk about merging finances, it can seem like it’s an all-or-nothing type of question. In reality, the decision to merge finances with a partner (or not) can be as nuanced as you want.
Having money conversations that take your individual pasts into context while focusing on your joint future can be incredibly rewarding and sustaining. It just takes a little planning and practice!
Roses are red, violets are blue. Capitalism is a trap, but I’ll invest with you. ❤️
By focusing on building a strong community we are not only enriching our lives but also creating incredible opportunity to save (and make) more money.
Cassie and my relationship with money hasn’t always been the smoothest. In fact, at the beginning, it was a bit of a roller-coaster.