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Special to OneWed From InCharge Debt Solutions Before your wedding is a great time to begin to think about issues that affect newlyweds. So much planning goes into the budget, decorations, food, invitation list and music, the reality of “what next?” is often overlooked…sometimes until it is too late! Hopefully, you and your new spouse have been responsible and budget-conscious as... (more)
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Special to OneWed by Stephanie Schranz of Waddell & Reed It seems like there is so much focus on planning the perfect wedding. The bride and groom want everything to be perfect and usually there is a budget that must be followed. While couples realize the importance of a budget for a wedding and try to remain on the same page regarding what is important for them to have at the wedding,... (more)
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In this week’s column, Wedding Maven Marta Segal Block answers a question about wedding contracts. Dear Wedding Maven, My friend and his fiancee signed a contract with a photographer for their wedding in summer 2010. They realize now that they can’t afford it, but the photographer won’t let them out of the contract. Please let me know what they can do. Thanks, Friend of the... (more)
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Special Feature by Barbara Waltz, co-founder of 24/7 Quote Us, an online resource blog and insurance quote comparison guide. To Have and to Hold: A Guide to Insurance After Marriage The caterer is set, the flowers picked out, and everything to the smallest detail has been ordered. With all of the excitement as the big day approaches, it’s easy to forget about your insurance. While all... (more)
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In this week’s column, Wedding Maven Marta Segal Block offers some cold, hard truth about who holds the purse strings. Dear Wedding Maven, I recently got engaged. My parents have offered to pay for my wedding, which I’m very grateful for. However, I’m a little concerned about what this means. We have very different tastes. (I know my mom wants a traditional church wedding, my dad... (more)
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A wedding tip you can bank on. Pat yourself on the back – you’ve given yourself plenty of time to plan. A smart girl like you knows that the first (and scariest) step of planning is talking money with your honey. It doesn’t seem like fun, but doing it now will save you a world of trouble down the road… not to mention saving you a lot of money. Talk about how much money you... (more)
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