Before the wedding, the honeymoon, and the happily ever after, there are certain things every woman must straighten out in her life while she's still single. These can range from complications with the ex-boyfriend to misunderstandings with the family. One thing that you may overlook, however, is the state of your finances.

Would you consider yourself independent? Are you putting anyone through school? What are your spending habits? By asking yourself these questions, you're already assessing your ability to build a life with another person. Of course we're not saying that money is the be-all and end-all, but not taking responsibility for your own money can send out the wrong signals to your husband-to-be.

The last thing you want to happen is to enter a union unprepared, especially since according to a survey of 1,010 married couples above 25 years old, 70 percent of couples argue more about money than about other things such as sex, household chores, and togetherness, reports TIME. To avoid starting things off on the wrong foot, make sure you resolve these five money issues before you tie the knot.

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