Our Comment by J. David Lewis – In a lot of families, this might be a touchy subject, as soon as the article implies non-married people moving in together. In our profession, there are increasingly open discussions about the financial issues that affect people who maintain households without getting married. Conference sessions are often devoted to some of the deeper topics, including the ways they differ from state to state. This item is more like something that might help young folks at the ages when they are starting careers. Nevertheless, the advice is relevant for anyone considering whether they will share resources with a partner of any kind.
“Maybe marriage isn’t in your cards right now or at least not yet, but you and your honey have decided to give it a shot and move in together. Before you pack up your closet and haul your furniture into your new place, think about these three things.”
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Contact J. David Lewis directly with firstname.lastname@example.org or share your thoughts on this topic below. He founded Resource Advisory Services in 1985. National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA) was formed only a few years before. Lewis became a NAPFA-Registered Financial Advisor in 1986. He is a passionate advocate for fiduciary, fee-only financial planning and has been associated with financial services since childhood in a banking family.