PhillyPhan wrote:I mean I do enjoy our time together but I am a little worried that our habits and preferences will cause turmoil down the road.
mac808 wrote:If she's living beyond her means...
mac808 wrote:If she's living beyond her means, how's she paying the bills currently? Parents? Credit cards?
Petrocelli wrote:Only if the non-boglehead has a lot of dough.
Mrs.Feeley wrote:Don't know if you belong to a church, but some offer pre-marriage classes in which a couple discusses, both privately and with a counselor, their finances, their values related to financial decisions, and how they will manage money in marraige. That can be a great opportunity to discuss differences and concerns in a non-confrontational atmosphere.
sschullo wrote:He still loves is Lomis Sayles active managed bond fund fee .64 Bps.
davebo wrote:...we're both on the same page regarding spending and priorities.
Ozonewanderer wrote:PhillyPhan wrote:00000
How could two conservative Bogleheads ever have fun? Like if they played Monopoly neither one would buy property - they'd both just go around the board collecting $200...
sdrone wrote:Her portfolio is almost all stocks, and she really does zero research ("I heard about it on the Today show" or something like that).
RobG wrote:Investment return = P*(1+r)^N/2^D where P is the amount invested, r is the rate of return, N is the number of years, and D is the number of divorces.
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