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Thursday, October 4, 2018

What To Remember Before You Get Married

Sure, there may be a lot of things you’d like to do before you tie the knot. Traveling the world, for example,
and getting an education - yet, these things are still possible even though you’re married.


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Certain things should be taken care of, on the other hand, not because they’re so much fun but simply
because it will make your married life a little bit better.


Here is a handful of things you should take care of before you say your ‘I do’ so that you can start your
new chapter with a bit more confidence.


First: Talk about your goals


Most couples who are about to get married know very well that certain topics should be discussed first.
How we think about family life, for example, is a big one as it would be quite the disappointment to figure
out that your fiance doesn’t want kids when you really want them.


These topics tend to be quite obvious, though, and you don’t really need a reminder about this before your
wedding. Yet, some couples focus so much on the immediate futures such as having children and where
they’d like to live as a married couple, that they forget about the long-run; what do you want to get out of
your life together?


Discuss your financial goals, your career goals, and try to understand where your partner would like to end
up in not just five years - but also ten and twenty. By discussing this, you’ll both be on the same path in terms
of your future goals.


Next: Settle your finances


Some debt is hard to shake off immediately, though, such as student loans. While you might not be able to get
rid of this as fast as you’d like, it’s a good idea to try to be as healthy financially as possible.


This means that you may want to get a personal loan to consolidate credit card debt or find a way to get rid of
assets you’re not going to use. Sell your old vehicle, for example, if it’s old and worn - and work out a budget
that’s going to be perfect for your future.


Figure out how you would like to keep track of your finances as well, though, as your partner may have a different
view than you. Some couples prefer to share everything in one bank account while others prefer separate finances
- choose whatever works for you, and see if you can find a compromise if you want different things.

One of the main challenges you’re going to have to overcome as a married couple is to learn how to compromise.
The sooner you learn this, the better - so you might as well start to practice right away.


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