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Can agree on how to manage your money? His & Her Money hosts Tai and Talaat McNeely share their personal journey to becoming a cohensive couple and give practical tips to get you two on the same page.
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We’re kicking off the top 10 episodes of the Couple Money Podcast based on your votes and downloads!
Marriage, Money, and Messes
Every couple has their differences. We each come into the relationship with our own views on how things are done.
One area where different views may clash in a huge way is finances. We can either find a common ground that we can build from or we can let these opposing views tear the relationship apart.
Since this podcast is about building up your marriage and net worth, in this episode we’ll discuss:
- how to find common ground when you have different views on money
- how to open up about the numbers
- how to get out of debt as a couple
Understanding His and Her Money with Tai and Talaat
Talaat and Tai MecNeely are the founders and hosts of His and Her Money. On their show and podcast interview and share stories about improving finances.
They climb out of the debt trap (twice!). His & Her Money Podcast features their and others’ stories on how they made it through sticky financial messes.
When Tai and Talaat first met they were complete opposites when it come to money. Now they are debt free, running a business together while raising their kids.
Like here, they look at how marriages and finances can become stronger. Some of my favorites from them include:
- How To Avoid Financial Infidelity with Valerie Rind
- 3 Important Marriage Conversations That You Must Have Right Away with Phillip and Christine St.Vil
- The Things That You Need to Do Today to Make Your Marriage Work for a Lifetime
Resources to Help You Merge Your Finances
If you’re looking to get better with your finances together, here are some helpful posts to check out: