In this episode, Andy Hill of Marriage, Kids and Money joins us with his wife Nicole. Andy and Nicole have a heart-warming story of how two people with very different ideas of money have learned to bring their visions together.LISTEN
Danielle & Adam are the masterminds behind the raw and funny Marriage & Martinis podcast (check it out - it’s very good), and we were lucky to host them on the Money Date to talk about life, love, kids and WTF purchases.LISTEN
Kelsey & Wes, first started dating in the 8th grade (fun fact: so did Aditi & Dalmar). 13 years later, they are happily married, and as you might expect they are IN SYNC. Hear how their shared values have shaped their journey and financial decisions.LISTEN
Jen & Ezra found each serendipitously in upstate New York while Jen was on a writer's retreat. The two hit it off right away, singing Harry Styles songs together, drunkenly, and have been in-tune ever since: in love and in money.LISTEN
Jennifer & John share how finance became a gateway to talk about other things in their lives: everything from their upbringings and risk appetites to how they celebrate big wins and invest in real estate.LISTEN
Bianca & Max share how their money conversation has evolved from the chaos of the early days to now. Max's experience of the 2008 crisis led him to keep a close eye on every dollar. Meanwhile, Bianca was spending money on stuff that didn't make her happy.LISTEN
Barry, a personal finance blogger (www.moneywehave.com), talks about the conversations he and his wife had when preparing for a newborn, the unique challenges women face when budgeting, and a few tips on how to make things work while on a reduced salary.LISTEN
Elle is an entrepreneur, mom, and founder of CoupleMoney.com (also a podcast!). Elle and her husband had very different approaches to debt when they first met. Today, they live off one income and use the second to reach their goals faster.LISTEN
On this episode of The Money Date podcast, we talk with Sarah and Taylen about trophy medals, Davis water, and how they've managed to use their different money personalities to their benefit.LISTEN
We talk with Olivia and Chris about how the 2008 financial crisis and the Catholic Church have helped this couple develop some incredible money habits.LISTEN
Regina & Riley share real-talk on how their money conversation has evolved. They've navigated student debt, home buying, and dog parenting. But their superpower is in their ability to see the value of each other’s contributions.LISTEN
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