Getting couples to align their goals and priorities with their personal finances is often easier said than done. This is when the power skills in the non-technical side of personal financial planning become crucial to use. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, Christine Moriarty, answers the following questions.
How and when do you start the conversation?
Does sharing life have to mean sharing money?
What if couples’ goals around money are different?
How do you support couples to reach agreements about money?
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