A Few Economic Indicators to Watch in the Second Half of 2017
The economy hasn't been showing explosive growth, but its stability is something couples should keep an eye on.
According to the Washington Post, economic growth was slow in the United States during the first quarter of 2017, moving along at only 0.7 percent.
The number is a big drop off from the 2.1 percent growth experienced by the nation in the final quarter of 2016 and a long way from President Donald Trumpís promise of 3 percent economic growth during his time in office.
Research Explores Social Security Benefit Strategies for Couples
Researchers found couples can receive thousands of dollars more per year after a spouse passes if they are strategic with their benefits.
What Is Wrong With Millennial Credit Scores?
New study shows that Millennials are ditching credit cards, but face uphill battle when seeking credit scores.
Couples Are Clueless About Spouse's Salary
Today's economy has shifted how we make money, which makes predicting earnings difficult for couples.
Younger Wives Are More Passive In Money Decisions
A new study shows that Gen X and Y women are less likely to make household financial decisions than current older generations.
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