How to Craft the Perfect Money Date – with Elle Martinez

Money Date, Couple Budgets, Marriage and Money

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On this podcast, we often talk about the importance of a true financial partnership with your spouse. When you’re on the same page about money, your marriage feels balanced. You have less stress, fewer money fights and it just feels better.

But we do we get there?  

Where do we start if we’re feeling off-balance?

Today, I’ve invited my good friend Elle Martinez to join us on the show again. This is our first repeat guest so you know she’s awesome.

What are we covering today?

Elle and I discuss:

  • How to craft the perfect money date
  • Why a monthly get together is so important to your marriage
  • How to make it fun even if you’re a busy parent

Elle’s professional and personal experience with family finance is refreshing and helpful. Whenever I speak with her, I come away with some solid information on how to improve my marriage and my money. You will too.

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About Our Guest:  Elle Martinez

Money Date, Marriage and Finances, Money Fights

Elle is the creator and host of Couple Money, a community focused on helping spouses get on the same page with finances, dump their debt faster, and get on the path to financial freedom. She’s also the author of Jumpstart Your Marriage and Your Money.

She has been a contributor to numerous sites including TurboTax, Lending Tree, and Entrepreneur.


Money Master of the Week

Dave and Meghan from Michigan paid off $6,500 of student and credit card debt in a few months after focusing their spending and living on a budget.

Meghan and Dave from Michigan
Meghan and Dave from Michigan

With their focused partnership, they plan to be consumer debt free by the end of the year. Their long terms goals include saving up for retirement and crushing their mortgage early.

Meghan and Dave from Michigan are our Money Masters of the Week!

If you have a financial victory you want to share on this show, please leave me a voicemail (or email) and include the following: name, location, your big win, how you did it and your plans for the future.

Your story will inspire others to save more, make more and plan for their family’s future.


Show Resources

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Elle martinez’S RESOURCES

WebsiteCoupleMoney.com

Elle’s BookJumpstart Your Marriage & Your Money

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Recommended BookThe Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman

Young Family Wealth Playbook (FREE):  7-Steps to Solidifying Your Family’s Future Wealth

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“A perfect relationship isn’t actually perfect, it’s just that both people never give up.”
– Anonymous

How do you work together with your spouse on your finances?

Please let me know in the comments below!


 

Author: Andy Hill

Andy Hill, a mid-30’s father of two living in the metro Detroit area, pens the MarriageKidsandMoney.com (MKM) blog taking you through the trials and tribulations of being a young parent and husband who is planning for his family’s future and winning with money.

2 thoughts on “How to Craft the Perfect Money Date – with Elle Martinez”

    1. That’s so kind Norah – thank you!

      It’s notes like this that help me keep moving forward and producing the show. Thank you for this.

      I hope you subscribe to the show so I can get your feedback on future shows.

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