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March 02, 2012

Love, Money, Marriage: 5 Things to Do after Tying the Knot

Get your finances organized after getting hitched with these tips. By Rocel Ann Junio

Did you and your man just get married? Now it's time to tighten your belt a little too! It might be nice to have a man to wake up next to in the morning and split expenses with, but finances become the reality you both have to bite. Make sure the two of you are in control of your money with these tips.


For more on managing your finances as a couple, check these out on FN:


(First published in Women's Health Magazine as "Love, Money, and Marriage" in January-February 2011; screencap from Revolutionary Road courtesy of Paramount Vantage)

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