A married couple debates how to estimate life-expectancy and the amount of money you'll need in retirement.
Lori and Marek Fuchs have never fought in their 16 years of marriage—except over money.
In the latest husband vs. wife, the Fuchs discuss the situation of when one partner's salary takes an unexpected dip.
She says: the kids should get a lump sum. He says: let's start saving for bail.
Should you close all those store credit cards, or keep them open?
This week, Mr. Fuchs wants his own secret bank account. Mrs. Fuchs isn't so sure.
Marek and Lori Fuchs, a real life married couple, discuss which one should pay the bills, or if they should share in the duties.
Chances are you'll have a long and happy marriage, but if something... happens... before you get to the aisle, make sure you're not out a pile of cash.
Here are three ways trim the bill for your big day without sacrificing the overall experience.
Even though money can be one of the main reasons behind a break-up, joint checking or savings account might be just the thing for your relationship.