Sharing your financial lives
You’ve had the big day, recovered from it and been on your honeymoon (we hope it was somewhere nice). Now you’re back in the UK, ready to spend the rest of your lives together.
You probably don’t want to be thinking about money – particularly if the bank balance took a bit of a hammering over the last few weeks – but this is the perfect time to stop and plan. It won’t take long and it won’t be painful. Just sit down together, pour yourselves a glass (or mug) of something nice and have a chat.
Here are a few things you might like to talk about.
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