Could your credit score be the key to true love? A recent study from the U.S. Federal Reserve Board found couples with similar scores had a higher chance of relationship success.
Thinking of opening a joint chequing account? Here’s what you need to apply, along with the pros and cons of opening one with your partner, parent or spouse.
Feel like you have less cash this month? You’re not alone – spending tends to heat up during the warm weather days – Canadians are out of hibernation and we’re ready to shop. Between hitting retailers, the open road and the open houses, it can be easy to go over budget as temperatures rise.
Are you in a spender-saver relationship? A new study finds money opposites are often attracted to one another – which isn’t always harmonious for their bank accounts. Here’s how you can avoid romantic money misunderstandings down the road.
Opening a joint bank account is a big step for any couple – and it’s important to agree on how that money will be spent and saved. A recent study finds that while many couples share their accounts and assets such as mortgages, they haven’t shared their long term financial plan goals with each other.