In the last few days of 2017, President Trump signed the tax reform bill into law. Florida residents are still trying to figure out exactly what the changes will do to their finances. If you are getting a divorce, however, you probably have extra concerns about this new policy.
Even if love is the foundation of your marriage, finances can also play a big part in how you feel about each other. Trusting each other with money can bring a couple closer together – or push them apart.
After the excitement of the holidays from October through December, January can feel quite dull in comparison. Although Florida’s sun still shines brightly, this month may often seem like the darkest. In fact, researchers believe that the time of year has a lot to do with how you feel, including what you think about your relationship.
There is a lot to think about as you plan your wedding. From the venue to your budget, there will always be something else on your mind.
In marriage, many people expect to have no secrets between them and their spouse. The thought of sharing everything, including access to digital accounts and devices, may seem like the mark of a healthy relationship. Granting access to this information sometimes signifies trust. However, you might both benefit from maintaining a certain level of digital privacy.
It’s easy to understand child support for infants and young children, who depend on their parents for almost everything in life. But why is child support necessary for teens? What does this money pay for?