It can feel uncomfortable, messy or scary, but you need to talk about money. Not just so you can plan for your future and your shared goals as a couple (although that is super important), but perhaps, more importantly, so that you understand each other’s relationship to money, how finances play a role in your lives together, and how each of you defines value.
Here are a few crucial topics for discussion that we encourage our clients to talk through with their partner:
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