I Paid Off My Husband’s Student Loans

“You know,” I said casually one day, “it would make more sense for me to pay those off than for you to keep paying 7 percent interest on them.”

Debt Free by the Big Day

I wanted to pay off all my credit card debt by our wedding day.

We Are Still Here: A Story of Love and Recession

I saw the same warning signs as everybody else. I remember standing in my mom’s living room watching CNN as the oil prices started climbing higher and higher while the stock market started tanking.

The Five Money Questions We Answered Before We Got Married

When my partner and I decided to get married, we didn’t ask our parents for a blessing or go see a spiritual adviser—we went to see a financial adviser.

I Spent My Wedding Fund on a Glorified Vacation

Saying Goodbye to the Dream of Marriage as Income Boost

The Cost of Marrying in Egypt

The Anti-Dowry: What Happens When You Bring A LOT of Student Debt Into a Marriage

Millenials Love Prenups But For Ideas, Not Money

I’m Not Afraid of You, City Hall