Marriage and Money : Saving "I Do" When a Spouse has Bad Credit
Saying "I DO" When a Spouse has Bad Credit
Do talk about your finance early. Make sure you understand your partner's goals and expectations to avoid future marital problems.
Do pay off student loans and any loans on credit cards as quickly as possible.
Don't rely on a high-interest credit card if your partner's card has lower interest rates.
Do apply together if you need your spouse's income to qualify for a loan.
Do make a long-term plan if your partner's credit scores need improvement before applying for a mortgage.
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