I don’t know anyone who doesn’t have at least one money regret.
According to the Census Bureau there are over 8 million couples living together and these are just the ones telling the Census Bureau about it.
According to the Forest Institute of Professional Psychology, 67% of second marriages and 74% of third marriages end up in a courtroom.
I’m not sure you should go into your marriage thinking you will be ending it, but you should do some planning.
When you become somebody’s spouse you begin to look at things as a couple, such as finances.
Many couples are trying this approach before marriage and sometimes instead of marriage.
Weddings today are big business, a $100 billion industry.
Letters written by Jacqueline Kennedy to an Irish priest could fetch up to $1.6 million at auction next month.
According to Wikipedia a “Starter Marriage” is a first marriage that lasts five years or less and ends without the couple having any children together.
A growing number of couples are splitting the cost of an engagement ring. Does it matter who pays for it?