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Wednesdays | 3 p.m. ET 
Money Management Tips for Couples
Join our #CreditChat every Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET. 
This week, we discussed how to manage money when 
in a committed relat...
#CreditChat 
Wednesdays | 3 p.m. ET 
When should a couple start talking 
about money and credit?
Money conversation should begin when long-term plans start to be discussed. 
Tweet by @HisAndHerMoney 
#CreditChat 
Every ...
#CreditChat 
Being financially compatible is important for couples to consider 
and discuss early in a relationship. 
Twee...
Discuss money way before you say the words “I DO” 
Tweet by @NikkoGrant 
#CreditChat
It depends on the relationship, of course, but being honest & open 
when things get serious is definitely a good idea. 
Tw...
#CreditChat 
You should start talking about money when you start 
imagining a long-term future together. 
Tweet by @BWFeld...
#CreditChat 
Don’t need to share your credit score on the first date. 
Tweet by @KatieBissell
Finances are just as important as STD tests, coming clean about kids, 
and past relationships (that can have an impact). 
...
When things get serious! 
You should understand how your potential partner handles money. 
Tweet by @JJ_USAA 
#CreditChat
#CreditChat 
As soon as you start talking about possibly merging your lives. 
Tweet by @DeeOnMoneyZA
Couples & money don’t need to be like oil and vinegar. 
Tweet by @HerOwnNet
Couples should talk about their financial situation early, 
so there are no surprises later. 
Tweet by @mikedelgado 
#Cred...
#CreditChat 
Wednesdays | 3 p.m. ET 
What are some financial challenges 
a couple can have when living together?
#CreditChat 
It’s difficult when couples have different ideas about how to 
spend, budget, and align their financial goals...
A big challenge would be different outlooks on how money is spent. 
Tweet by @DeeOnMoneyZA 
#CreditChat
What works for one couple when it comes to money may 
not work for another couple. 
Tweet by @JJ_USAA 
#CreditChat
#CreditChat 
Deciding how bills will be paid, who will actually pay bills, 
whether finances will be joint, and more. 
Twe...
Retaining some individual spending freedom can relieve some 
of the tension that can build up in joint budgeting. 
Tweet b...
Discuss money and budgeting before moving in together 
to help avoid conflicts and set expectations right off the bat. 
Tw...
#CreditChat 
Agreeing on a budget. Some people underestimate 
how much they might need to alter their spending habits. 
Tw...
Not realizing how much our parents spending and 
saving habits influence us. 
Tweet by @Annuity_Org
#CreditChat 
Wednesdays | 3 p.m. ET 
Should committed couples merge 
their finances? Pros/Cons?
Merging finances for couples eliminates the blame game 
and forces more honest communication. 
Tweet by @CSmithRaleigh 
#C...
Merging finances can build intimacy and trust in marriage. 
Tweet by @Annuity_Org 
#CreditChat
#CreditChat 
There should be complete transparency, whether or not 
accounts are joint or separate. 
Tweet by @Magnify_Mon...
Experience has taught me that having my own money and independence 
is so important because life happens & people change. ...
My experience is that couples where the wife makes more 
there is more reluctance to merge finances. 
Tweet by @MelSmithJo...
Couples merging finances allows for transparency 
and accountability in spending. 
Tweet by @GraceKvantas
#CreditChat 
Wednesdays | 3 p.m. ET 
How should couples work together 
if one partner has debt or credit problems?
Be sure to address the underlying reason for the debt. 
Is it just student loans or an addiction to shopping? 
Tweet by @M...
Biggest mistake couples make can be summed up in two words: No Budget. 
Tweet by @HisAndHerMoney 
#CreditChat
#CreditChat 
Discuss it, reduce expenses, and keep good partner’s credit separate. 
Tweet by @MoneyTalk1
Celebrate the wins. Don’t just talk about the bad money stuff. 
Tweet by @CarefulCents 
#CreditChat
Never good for couples to blame each other for overspending. 
Eye roll responses complicate even further. 
Tweet by @CSmit...
#CreditChat 
Talk about money at least monthly, but could be daily. Make sure 
talks are regular & not just when triggered...
#CreditChat 
Wednesdays | 3 p.m. ET 
Any final tips to help couples 
with their money management?
Couples need to initially set the goal to communicate about 
f inancial issues. Then budgeting, debt, investing ... 
Tweet...
Couples should make debt elimination their top priority. 
It will free them to do so much more. 
Tweet by @HisAndHerMoney ...
#CreditChat 
Talk about money. Don’t be shy. 
Even if you’re in a sticky situa ti o n , y o u r partner should know. 
Twee...
Set goals and check them off as you achieve them. 
Tweet by @Frostbe 
#CreditChat 
If you got in debt as a couple, work to...
#CreditChat 
Wednesdays | 3 p.m. ET 
Check out all the resources and tips shared: 
bit.ly/couple-chat
#CreditChat 
Wednesdays | 3 p.m. ET 
Join Us Every Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET. 
bit.ly/join-creditchat
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Join our #CreditChat on Twitter and YouTube every Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET. This week, we had a chance to chat with Talaat & Tai @HisAndHerMoney about money management tips for committed couples. This deck features favorite money tips from the community; including: @GraceKvantas @AmericaSaves @BWFeldman, @DeeOnMoneyZA, @JJ_USAA, @CarefulCents, @ReadyForZero, @Quizzle and many others.
To learn more about this topic, see the live video chat, check out:
http://www.experian.com/blogs/news/about/couples-money/

Money Management Tips for Committed Couples

  1. #CreditChat Wednesdays | 3 p.m. ET Money Management Tips for Couples
  2. Join our #CreditChat every Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET. This week, we discussed how to manage money when in a committed relationship. “ Check out the video and resources shared: ex.pn/couple-chat
  3. #CreditChat Wednesdays | 3 p.m. ET When should a couple start talking about money and credit?
  4. Money conversation should begin when long-term plans start to be discussed. Tweet by @HisAndHerMoney #CreditChat Every BF/GF doesn’t need to know your business.
  5. #CreditChat Being financially compatible is important for couples to consider and discuss early in a relationship. Tweet by @GraceKvantas
  6. Discuss money way before you say the words “I DO” Tweet by @NikkoGrant #CreditChat
  7. It depends on the relationship, of course, but being honest & open when things get serious is definitely a good idea. Tweet by @AmericaSaves #CreditChat
  8. #CreditChat You should start talking about money when you start imagining a long-term future together. Tweet by @BWFeldman
  9. #CreditChat Don’t need to share your credit score on the first date. Tweet by @KatieBissell
  10. Finances are just as important as STD tests, coming clean about kids, and past relationships (that can have an impact). Tweet by @DeeOnMoneyZA
  11. When things get serious! You should understand how your potential partner handles money. Tweet by @JJ_USAA #CreditChat
  12. #CreditChat As soon as you start talking about possibly merging your lives. Tweet by @DeeOnMoneyZA
  13. Couples & money don’t need to be like oil and vinegar. Tweet by @HerOwnNet
  14. Couples should talk about their financial situation early, so there are no surprises later. Tweet by @mikedelgado #CreditChat
  15. #CreditChat Wednesdays | 3 p.m. ET What are some financial challenges a couple can have when living together?
  16. #CreditChat It’s difficult when couples have different ideas about how to spend, budget, and align their financial goals. Tweet by @Quizzle
  17. A big challenge would be different outlooks on how money is spent. Tweet by @DeeOnMoneyZA #CreditChat
  18. What works for one couple when it comes to money may not work for another couple. Tweet by @JJ_USAA #CreditChat
  19. #CreditChat Deciding how bills will be paid, who will actually pay bills, whether finances will be joint, and more. Tweet by @SenseOfCents
  20. Retaining some individual spending freedom can relieve some of the tension that can build up in joint budgeting. Tweet by @AmericaSaves #CreditChat
  21. Discuss money and budgeting before moving in together to help avoid conflicts and set expectations right off the bat. Tweet by @Magnify_Money #CreditChat
  22. #CreditChat Agreeing on a budget. Some people underestimate how much they might need to alter their spending habits. Tweet by @LeslieHTayneEsq
  23. Not realizing how much our parents spending and saving habits influence us. Tweet by @Annuity_Org
  24. #CreditChat Wednesdays | 3 p.m. ET Should committed couples merge their finances? Pros/Cons?
  25. Merging finances for couples eliminates the blame game and forces more honest communication. Tweet by @CSmithRaleigh #CreditChat
  26. Merging finances can build intimacy and trust in marriage. Tweet by @Annuity_Org #CreditChat
  27. #CreditChat There should be complete transparency, whether or not accounts are joint or separate. Tweet by @Magnify_Money
  28. Experience has taught me that having my own money and independence is so important because life happens & people change. Tweet by @DeeOnMoneyZA
  29. My experience is that couples where the wife makes more there is more reluctance to merge finances. Tweet by @MelSmithJones #CreditChat
  30. Couples merging finances allows for transparency and accountability in spending. Tweet by @GraceKvantas
  31. #CreditChat Wednesdays | 3 p.m. ET How should couples work together if one partner has debt or credit problems?
  32. Be sure to address the underlying reason for the debt. Is it just student loans or an addiction to shopping? Tweet by @Magnify_Money
  33. Biggest mistake couples make can be summed up in two words: No Budget. Tweet by @HisAndHerMoney #CreditChat
  34. #CreditChat Discuss it, reduce expenses, and keep good partner’s credit separate. Tweet by @MoneyTalk1
  35. Celebrate the wins. Don’t just talk about the bad money stuff. Tweet by @CarefulCents #CreditChat
  36. Never good for couples to blame each other for overspending. Eye roll responses complicate even further. Tweet by @CSmithRaleigh #CreditChat
  37. #CreditChat Talk about money at least monthly, but could be daily. Make sure talks are regular & not just when triggered by financial crisis Tweet by @JJ_USAA
  38. #CreditChat Wednesdays | 3 p.m. ET Any final tips to help couples with their money management?
  39. Couples need to initially set the goal to communicate about f inancial issues. Then budgeting, debt, investing ... Tweet by @RunnyMedeCap #CreditChat
  40. Couples should make debt elimination their top priority. It will free them to do so much more. Tweet by @HisAndHerMoney #CreditChat
  41. #CreditChat Talk about money. Don’t be shy. Even if you’re in a sticky situa ti o n , y o u r partner should know. Tweet by @DeeOnMoneyZA
  42. Set goals and check them off as you achieve them. Tweet by @Frostbe #CreditChat If you got in debt as a couple, work together to get out.
  43. #CreditChat Wednesdays | 3 p.m. ET Check out all the resources and tips shared: bit.ly/couple-chat
  44. #CreditChat Wednesdays | 3 p.m. ET Join Us Every Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET. bit.ly/join-creditchat
  45. Subscribe & Check Out:
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Join our #CreditChat on Twitter and YouTube every Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET. This week, we had a chance to chat with Talaat & Tai @HisAndHerMoney about money management tips for committed couples. This deck features favorite money tips from the community; including: @GraceKvantas @AmericaSaves @BWFeldman, @DeeOnMoneyZA, @JJ_USAA, @CarefulCents, @ReadyForZero, @Quizzle and many others. To learn more about this topic, see the live video chat, check out: http://www.experian.com/blogs/news/about/couples-money/

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