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Youve been dating for awhile now, or maybe you are engaged. You are in love, you get along, and you are even talking about a future together. But before making that huge commitment, the discussion of moving in together comes up. What do you do? You dont want to disappoint your parents as they dreamed of you getting married and then living with your significant other. If you are a woman, you dont want to act as a wife when you arent.

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Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner’s Pending Divorce: Money Tips Before You Split

The ongoing custody battle between celebrity couple Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner has taken an unexpected turn. Amid the legal proceedings, Joe and Sophie have reached a temporary agreement concerning their children’s living arrangements, preventing them from leaving the greater New York City area. This development comes shortly after Sophie Turner’s recent filing, where she expressed her intention to permanently relocate their children to the United Kingdom.

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Do Your Kids Care If You’re Married?

The latest Census figures show that for the first time in recorded U.S. history, unmarried adults are close to outnumbering married couples. According to 2010 Census data, there are 99.6 million unmarried Americans age 18 and older. Nearly 44% all U.S. residents 18 and older are not married. Over sixty percent of unmarried adults have never been married – the rest are divorced or widowed. Why?

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Parents Who Live Together Are More Likely To Break Up Than Married Parents

It might have shocked your grandparents, but apparently”shacking up” is the new norm: research shows that children are now more likely to be living with two biological parents who have never married each other than with a parent who is divorced. A University of Virginia/National Marriage Project study found that while the rate of divorce has returned almost to the levels we saw before the divorce revolution kicked in during the 1970s…children are now more likely to be exposed to a cohabiting union than to a parental divorce.

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Ways to Buy a House

A key element of the American Dream has been for families to own their own homes. For many families this is their primary goal. Home ownership is a practical financial investment that offers many rewards and advantages, yet for many families the dream continues to remain out of reach. However, if you have the ability to repay a home loan, but lack the required down payment, there are ways, which may allow you to buy a house more affordably.