On Marriage and Money: A CFP's Perspective

While wedding planning is a time for picking flowers, colors and cake flavors, there are some more important things you should be discussing. A newly engaged financial adviser details how to handle those tough conversations.

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For those in a committed relationship or recently engaged, there’s lots of online advice about how to get through wedding planning and still have a wedding. From the “irritable bride/groom syndrome” to the planning-induced insomnia and worries about family drama to come, there’s probably an article out there to help you deal with the issue and retain a measure of sanity.

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William Rassman, CFP®
Vice President - Wealth Adviser, Centric Capital Advisors

William Rassman is a Certified Financial Planner™ and Vice President – Wealth Adviser for the independent investment and insurance firm Centric Capital Advisors. He began his career in NYC at Smith Barney in 2008.