People who are in love support each other through thick and thin—through good and bad financial times.
Before you decide that he or she is the right person to marry, you need to take a serious look at how they view financial goals, choices and commitments. In fact, you disagree about almost all financial goals, choices, and commitments. When you quiz them about their personal budget, it’s clear they don’t have one. They blame other people, the high unemployment rate or other circumstances beyond their control for this lack of employment.
If he’s completely stopped taking the check, I hope you’ve long-since ditched him.It’s important to understand their reasons (and there should be some). If they are in a financial rut, they lack ambition to get out of it.Without ambition, the two of you are going to have a hard time making your marriage work. He or she has been in college or a training program for a disproportionately large amount of time.It takes two seconds to send a text message, but it takes thought and courage to make a phone call. Pay close attention to your conversations with this guy.Does he ask you many questions beyond the standard “How was your day?