The Prenup Audit

Before you seal the marriage deal, make sure you and your fiance are intimate about money

What ever happened to true love? Financially literate couples planning to walk down the aisle this summer are likely to consider first how their betrothed spent money as a teen, his or her credit-card balance, and the need for a prenup. Bubble-bursting stuff if you believe love conquers all, yet so practical that a cottage industry peddling financial advice to newlyweds has sprung up like a June flower, reminding us that half of all marriages end in divorce and that money is a main culprit. Several books on money talk for newlyweds have hit the stores, and there's been a blossoming...

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