Talaat and Tai McNeely: One of Us Secretly Had $30,000 in Debt

We wanted to take some time out and share our debt free story with you. Here is the how we paid off $30,000 in debt together.

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Lance Cothern: How My Wife and I Paid off $80,000 in Student Loan Debt

My wife and I sat down and added up the amount of student loan debt she owed shortly after she graduated. Here is how we paid off $80,000 in student loans.

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How to Merge Financial Accounts with Your Spouse to Keep Your Marriage and Finances Strong

In order to keep your marriage and finances healthy, you might want to consider merging accounts with your spouse, as this can build a sense of unity.

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We’re married: so what’s mine is yours and what’s yours is mine, right? Maybe — not always — and certainly not with all things. Individual retirement accounts quickly come to mind; jewelry is another. And I’m willing to bet that most married people draw the line at their cars... Read more
It’s not unusual for couples to have different approaches to personal finance — particularly when it comes to credit cards. For us personally, my husband does not have a credit card, while I’ve had a  few. He pays for everything with his debit card. In recent years I have gotten... Read more