25 Tips for Saving Money With Your Spouse

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  • Adam 87

    I know as a married person I’m much more frugal than I would be if I were single. Just sharing money and having to be accountable to someone for my financial decisions is a big difference. It makes it easier to resist impulses and cut out those purchases that are too easy to mindlessly make. Also, combining two incomes to tackle major financial goals like paying down debt or saving for a home has also gotten me so much further than I or my spouse would’ve gotten alone.

  • Jess

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    Mercy Housing, American Forests and the Alzheimer’s Association.

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