No matter what stage you are in your marriage, there are many financial questions that need to be asked. If your relationship is just starting, make sure you know where each of you stands financially. If you have been married for forty years, be sure to learn from your past and prepare for the future. Do not leave finances out, plan your future together. In the end, you’ll both be better off if you understand your financial options and can plan accordingly. 

“Other questions you should ask before you pop THE question”

Choosing that special someone is a big decision. You are bound together for better or worse, that includes finances. Know their financial history and lifestyle before you tie the knot.
http://www.plannersearch.org/financial-planning/10-important-questions-to-ask-before-tying-the-knot


“Financial Planning for the Newlyweds”

You’ve come home from your honeymoon, the vacation is over, it’s time to buckle down and start planning for the future. Create a budget, set goals, and start saving so that you can live a happy and successful life together.
http://www.plannersearch.org/financial-planning/just-married-financial-planning-for-newlyweds


“Planning your Finances Together”

Make sure that the two of you are on the same page financially. It is important to see eye to eye when it comes to money. Each partner needs to understand where the other is coming from financially, in order to move forward together.
http://www.plannersearch.org/financial-planning/should-financial-planning-be-part-of-your-wedding-preparation