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Zeta  A free guide to helping couples navigate their personal finances together.

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The number one question we get at Zeta is how couples should merge their finances. Should they go all in or keep things totally separate? Should they plan for the best case scenario or the worst? How do other people do it? To answer your questions, we've crafted a free 7-step guide to merging finances. Have 5mins? Check out our guide here (link also in our bio): http://zetahelp.co/medium

Answering your most challenging money questions begins with understanding what gave rise to them. Today, we're opening up our 1:1 advising sessions with a certified financial planner so we can do just that. Visit us at www.zetahelp.com/advising & sign up for your free 30min get-to-know-you session with one of our experts. (Link also in bio.)

Building a strong payment history is not only about what you do right, but also about what you do wrong. To get a great score, you'll need to make consistent, on-time payments while simultaneously avoiding mistakes that cost you points. What happens if you mess up your credit? Expect a 30-day late mortgage payment, for example, to drop your score by as much as 110 points. After a mortgage delinquency occurs, expect to wait three years before your credit score fully recovers. #staypunctualmyfriends

There are at least two reasons why you should keep your credit cards open. Reason 1: the credit bureaus like to see a long history of on-time payments. If you close your card, say goodbye to the payment history associated with it. Reason 2: closing your card will negatively impact your overall credit ratio. Instead of closing them, pay those cards down. Keep your history for future lenders to view. This will improve your score. #simple

It might be slow sometimes, but steady persistence pays. #dedicated

It's important to remember what we're working towards. As we do, ask yourself: are your finances enabling or hindering you from reaching your goals?

Take a few minutes to chat with your significant other and share your short, medium and long term goals. You might be surprised what you learn from each other!

Though it's not the goal of budgeting, tracking what you spend, even if it's for a short brief of time, can be revealing. Track your spending for a week or two and encourage your partner to do so as well. It will show you how spending even small amounts of money adds up over time and reveal areas of spending that otherwise go unnoticed. #startsmall

Research has found that we spend 12-18% more when we swipe our cards compared to when we use cash. #whatisinyourwallet?

Becoming serious about someone has its financial implications, and being clear about your money personalities, expectations, behaviors, and spending habits from the outset can help you sidestep potential disputes. There are a couple of tools out there that will help you identify your respective money personalities - #OliviaMellan’s Money Harmony Test is a great one. Google her free test and #talkwithyourpartner today.

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