A Happy Money Marriage

By | October 17th, 2017|Couples and money, Money and Relationships, Practical - systems|

A happy money marriage is a key ingredient to a happy marriage. We all want a live happily ever after with the person of our dreams. The intention is to spend the rest of our lives together. [...]

Not all Dollars are Equal!

By | October 15th, 2017|Money & Emotions, Money Psychology, Spending Money|

If you happen to have cash in your wallet right now, take out a note and have a look at it.  It’s just a piece of paper.  It has a picture of someone famous on [...]

Getting the Right Mortgage Approval

By | October 10th, 2017|Couples and money, Money Psychology|

It’s Spring!  And during October, we’re celebrating Spring with a series of blogs and videos called ‘Nearly and Newly Weds’.  The first video in this series looks at an integral partner in a loving and [...]

We Are Not Rational!

By | October 5th, 2017|Money & Emotions, Money Psychology|

Have you ever done something and then afterwards scratched your head and thought, “what on earth was I thinking!?”  Welcome to the world of being human.  We are not rational and despite our best intentions, [...]

Your Money Personality Affects Relationships

By | September 26th, 2017|Money and Relationships|

Your ‘money personality’ is a behavioural pattern relating to your spending and saving. In a relationship it may appear your Money Personalities clash.  By understanding how opposing types can be complementary in a relationship, you [...]

What’s Your Money Relationship?

By | September 19th, 2017|Money and Relationships, Money Psychology|

Strange as it sounds we all have a relationship with money.  Think about it, it does make sense.  We have a relationship with most things in our lives and money is no exception.  In fact, [...]

You are Screwing with My Life!

By | September 13th, 2017|Couples and money, Money and Relationships|

“You are screwing with my life!” is not the best way to start any conversation, let alone one about money with your partner.  Unfortunately, that is how a lot of conversations between partners end up, [...]

A Case for Separate Bank Accounts?

By | September 5th, 2017|Money and Relationships, Money Psychology|

Following up on a piece on TV1’s 7 Sharp last night, where a new survey in the UK revealed that 34% of newly married couples had separate bank accounts.  Was this the secret to a [...]

Money Worries Affect Your Intelligence

By | August 30th, 2017|Money & Emotions, Money Psychology|

We know that when we have money worries, they can seem all consuming.  If we go to bed worrying about money, when we wake up the next morning and it’s the first thing that pops [...]

The Hidden Side of Financial Infidelity

By | August 22nd, 2017|Children & Money, Money and Relationships, Money Psychology|

We've read the stories in the media about financial infidelity where one partner has run off with the couple’s life savings, or has mortgaged the house without their partner’s knowledge to pay a tax bill. [...]