From Money Dates to Money Moves ft. Elle Martinez of Couple Money – PB93

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Elle Martinez started Couple Money in 2009 after writing about personal finances for more than 7 years. Couple Money’s purpose is to help couples build their finances together by learning to live on one income and having fun with the second through tips, tools, and services that can help couples work out solutions that address their needs. Couple Money has been featured on sites such as Business Insider, Daily Finance, TurboTax, and Go Banking Rates. If you’re in a relationship now or planning on getting into one in the future, Elle covers these helpful tips on this week’s episode.

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Show Highlights

  • The financial advice she councils both singles and couples to consider before marrying their finances in either joint accounts or holy matrimony
  • Use ‘money dates’ to get financially comfortable with your partner early in the relationship and before it’s too late to recover from financial infidelity
  • Increase your likelihood of financial success by focusing on your passions as a couple before the money and debt
  • Tips for designing a personal finance system that will succeed because it is tailored to your individual relationship goals


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