Do yourself a favor: Make sure all board members review this before you talk.One of the first issues newlyweds face is how to handle their finances."Couples struggle about this one," says Ruth Hayden, author of "For Richer, Not Poorer: The Money Book for Couples." Should you merge everything you have and earn into one joint account, or should you maintain individual accounts and open a joint one for household expenses?That’s ten million people (alive right now in the US alone) who waited, found love, got married, then had sex for the first time after they were married.If you also include people who wait for a while but don’t wait all the way until marriage, then the percentage goes up even higher.A Portuguese colony founded on the coast in 1575 also came to be known as Angola.At the end of the nineteenth century, the name was given to a much larger territory that was envisaged to come under Portuguese influence.
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In fact, a 2004 study commissioned by Smart Money magazine and Redbook, another Hearst publication (Smart Money magazine and Smart are jointly published by Dow Jones and Hearst), found that more than 70% of couples talk about money on a weekly basis. "Most of us don't know to talk about money," says Mary Claire Allvine, a certified financial planner (CFP) and co-author of "The Family CFO: The Couple's Business Plan for Love and Money." "People tend to be emotional and reactive about money, not strategic," she says.
When emotions run high, people tend to make fiscal mistakes.
The word "Angola" derives from the title used by the rulers of the Ndongo state.
The title ngola was first mentioned in Portuguese writings in the sixteenth century.