Relationships and Finances

We’re passionate about helping you develop money skills. Check out these informative blog posts on keeping your financial focus in your personal relationships.

Paying Off & Making Joint Debts Work

How to Pay Off and Make Joint Debts Work

Joint debts are a major commitment and while you may be co-signing or even just acting as a guarantor, you’re agreeing to shoulder the responsibility and liability for the full loan…

Encouraging and Supporting Friend

How to Help Friends Who Need Help with Their Financial Problems

As adults, we’re expected to know how to manage our money, but it’s something most of us are never taught. With feelings of financial failure comes stress – stress about not knowing how…

Couple Arguing About Finances

How to resolve fighting over money: look below the surface

Money is one of the biggest stressors in a relationship. Money isn’t just about dollars and cents; it’s about values, beliefs, behaviours and feelings, which complicate things…

Do You Ever Get Even with Revenge Spending?

Do You Ever Get Even with Revenge Spending?

“Revenge spending” is a way to get back at your partner financially. Regardless of the intention behind it, revenge spending is when one person in the relationship spends money and then…’><meta name="msvalidate.01" content="54B0D5D4AED3C5A25D8C3DD344F61E8D

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Should You Keep Financial Secrets?

Should You Keep Financial Secrets?

The impact of financial secrets can be devastating and far-reaching. Some examples include but are not limited to your ability to buy a vehicle, rent a home where credit checks are performed…

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How People Get Caught by Joint Debts

How People Get Caught by Joint Debts

Even though a couple has a legal separation agreement, it does not absolve either person from the fact that both of them signed for the debt, and both of them are 100% responsible for…

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