Join our #CreditChat on Periscope, YouTube Live, Twitter, and Snapchat every Wednesday at 3 p.m ET. This week, we talked about love and money: the good, the bad and the ugly.
The panel included: Erin Wiley: Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in Northwest Ohio whose areas of expertise include marriage counseling, family therapy, parenting coaching, and adolescent issues; Jacquette Timmons:Financial behaviorist and author of Financial Intimacy; Shannon McNay: Personal Finance Freelance Writer; Rod Griffin: Director of Public Education at Experian; and Christina Roman: Social Media Specialist at Experian.
We also featured financial tips all week on Snapchat.
Questions We Discussed:
Q1: Why is it important to discuss finances with your significant other?
Q2: What are some best practices for managing or co-mingling finances in a relationship?
Q3: How can you create a safe or comfortable space for a financial discussion with your significant other?
Q4: Is a having a joint bank account a necessity for couples?
Q5: What financial discussions should a couple have before they decide to move in together?
Q6: What financial discussions should a couple have before considering marriage?
Q7: What are money no-nos for couples?
Q8: What are some signs that you are in an unhealthy or abusive financial relationship?
Q9: What should you do if you feel that finances are putting a strain on your relationship?
Q10: What resources are available for couples trying to find their financial groove?
Q11: Any final advice for couples trying to navigate their finances?
If you’ve never heard about #CreditChat, here is a brief overview: