’Til Money Do You Part: Financial Advice for Newlyweds | Phil Town finance in marriage

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Becoming newlyweds requires you and your spouse to approach your finances a little differently than you did in your single years. Here are some tips and tricks for you to get your finances in order now that you’re a married couple.

One thing’s for sure… you’re going to need to work on paying off your debts together. Use my Get Out of Debt Checklist to make the process as pain-free as possible. Click the link above for your free download.

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11 comments

Phil Town's Rule #1 Investing 20/11/2021 - 7:51 Sáng

I'm curious folks, how do you invest as a couple? Do you keep your accounts separate or together? Let me know, and if you need some help clearing out your debt, check out my checklist: http://bit.ly/2x9JRgH

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Will Mallory 20/11/2021 - 7:51 Sáng

Awesome video Brother. I'm recommending this for premarital counseling so please don't delete this video.

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Sam Harries 20/11/2021 - 7:51 Sáng

Thank you phill you are incredible

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Devin Chrismarshall 20/11/2021 - 7:51 Sáng

"….I am kidding"

LOL !!!
I watch youtube, but almost never give thumbs, almost never follow any channel, never laugh this much enough especially when hear financial advice, never feel any such funny yet good financial advice…but, you are different Mr. Phil.

Very nice to watch some of your video.
Some give me enligthment and some make me think critically about investing.
I love investing.

May be it is a coincidence when I found one of your this video series..but seriously, it is funny and usefull advice…

Hope you keep create a great content Mr. Phil

God speed!

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Karl Westermark 20/11/2021 - 7:51 Sáng

I genuinely had a great laugh at point 4, that really cracked me up!

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niknorton81 20/11/2021 - 7:51 Sáng

Great video Phil! 👍

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Marcus Leng 20/11/2021 - 7:51 Sáng

Give the money to her, and have a happy life. Classic

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Venni Rani Effendi 20/11/2021 - 7:51 Sáng

I'm getting married soon and find your advice so helpful. My partner and I argued mostly on financial problem, now we know we should put our emotions apart when it comes to money talk. Thanks for the advice, Phil. 🙂

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Conrad Mota 20/11/2021 - 7:51 Sáng

Nice suggestion! hahahaha

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mmprods 20/11/2021 - 7:51 Sáng

Hi Phil, (1) If you agree we may have separate accounts, why don't you think we can (responsibly) manage our debt separately?  I don't want to burden her with my large principle (2.5% interest rate) student loans which I am servicing ad infinitem.   Also, (2) we have a ledger system coupled with our joint account which allows us to pay joint expenses 50-50, which keeps the ownership of the marriage fair and peaceful.  The exceptions to 50-50 is that I pay proportionally more of the taxes since I make more income and I'll pick up some extra proportions on high end items on which I want more features like an auto. (3) Married 17 years and counting!!!… ~Mark M.

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carlos andres rueda ribero 20/11/2021 - 7:51 Sáng

Hi phil, in our house it's very simple: it's our money, and the same concept with the investments. Thanks a lot!!

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