Yes, love is important but money to plays a big role in making your married life happy and successful. If you have recently got married then you may not agree with us saying that money can be a big cause of stress in your relationship. You may know everything about your partner but what about the finances? Do you have that communication gap around your finances? It is important to understand that you need to communicate with your partner about finances or this lack of communication can lead to bitterness in your relationship. Here are tips that will help you maintain the right financial balance with your partner after marriage:

1. You need to be very clear about financial matters. Everything needs to be transparent when it comes to finances, from your assets to salary to debts. A lot of reports suggest that many partners don't even know how much their partner earns. Make sure that you know everything about each other, including your finances.

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2. We talk about equality and none of the partners should miss on contributing equally if they both are working. You must contribute to your common household expenses. This will maintain a financial balance between you two without creating a burden on just one person. Don't Miss Avoid These Tax Saving Mistakes And Stay Tension Free

3. When it comes to making a financial decision, make sure you discuss it with your partner. Even if it is a small expense, ensure that your partner knows about it. This is a great step as it will also prevent you from making any wrong financial decisions.

4. Give each other financial independence. There is no harm in maintaining your own savings. Keep in mind that you and your partner can have personal financial requirements and you should have all the freedom to plan for it. Yes, do discuss it with your partner. Also, you can have a separate account if you are saving for your retirement plan.

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5. You two should have an emergency fund. An unexpected expense, some illness, a home repair or even losing your job, there can be an emergency and you will need funds for it. Make sure you take out a big amount from your every month salary for an emergency. Keep this amount safe with you in cash. 

You don’t want to go in debt and still enjoy your life to the fullest! For the same, you need to have a serious discussion with your partner. Discuss your expenses, savings and then design a budget for the month.