Saving & Investing

 

Why ignoring your finances can be a critical mistake

November 20, 2013
 
 

Both parties should be involved in financial decisions

Many couples divide responsibilities to get more accomplished, but when it comes to investing, that approach can carry some risks. Karin Risi explains why it’s important for both spouses to be involved in managing their finances.

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