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10 Financial Questions You Need to Ask Your Fiancé [Infographic]

Fighting about money is the number one predictor of divorce. That’s why it’s so important to communicate honestly about money early on.

You may be swept up in the throes of true love, free from worldly concerns about earnings, debt, and savings. But as unromantic as these things sound, asking your fiancé (and yourself) some important financial questions could save your marriage someday.

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Creative Valentine’s Day Ideas That Won’t Bust Your Budget

Throw a romantic Valentine’s Day without breaking the bank.

The average couple spends more than $100 on Valentine’s Day, a drop in the bucket for some, but a significant hefty amount for others. Want to celebrate your love this year without going in the red? It’s possible. You don’t have to blow your whole paycheck to prove how much you love your sweetie.

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Your First 100 Days: Money Moves to Make No Matter What

No crystal ball? Don’t let the inability to predict Trump’s first 100 days derail your financial plan. Here are smart money moves to make no matter what happens in Washington.

With emotions running high, you need to focus on the aspects of your finances you can control. No matter what happens, a good dose of serenity, courage, and wisdom will help keep your financial plan on track well beyond the first 100 days of the new Presidency.


Message from GuideVine CEO Raghav Sharma

A letter from Raghav Sharma, GuideVine CEO and Founder

Happy New Year! I hope that 2016 was rewarding for you personally, professionally and financially. With the year finally in the books, I think we can all agree that it was one for the ages. Through all its ups and downs, GuideVine was proud to serve people with the financial advice and help they deserve. In 2016 we doubled our customer base, grew our network of fiduciary financial advisors, added …

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Five Financial Tasks to Complete Before the New Year

To make the most of your portfolio and manage your tax bill, you’ll need to make several financial decisions before December 31st.

With vacations, holiday celebrations and gift buying, and family gatherings, it can be easy to neglect several gestures that could have important financial impacts on your nest egg or tax bill in the coming year. But financial advisors say that’s a mistake.