Denver, CO, June 18, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- We’ve all heard money is one of the top reasons for divorce. Money in itself is not bad, it is how people choose to manage or mismanage money that leads to divorce. In a recent Paypal poll it states that 43% of couples are arguing about money. Its time to talk about money in marriage and become solution oriented.
Dr. Taffy Wagner, a Certified Educator in Personal Finances as well as a huge money and marriage advocate has created a marital workshop for couples who are seeking financial guidance during these economic times and beyond. Wagner says, “Couples already know what separation and financial stress look like in the marriage because money has been the “taboo” subject. Money Talk Matters in Marriage course gives couples an opportunity to create a money and marriage relationship built on a united financial foundation that includes financial transparency and removes stress.
Wagner states, “There are couples today that have not talked about money and in essence setting themselves up for financial stress and arguments as soon as a financial challenge presents. Money is a subject that is a continuous conversation throughout marriage.” She has heard from couples that have not discussed finances prior to this economic shift that are faced with discussing money like never before but not knowing where to start.
Money Talk Matters in Marriage is a four week telecourse where couples meet via the phone in the comfort of their own home and learn the importance of talking about money, setting mutual financial goals, budgeting, learning how to address credit issues and much more. Money Talk Matters in Marriage begins June 22, 2009 and is limited to 30 couples.
Wagner states, “Money and marriage do not have to be difficult but people make it difficult based on their mindset, emotions and other people. In order for money and marriage to be successful, it takes the husband and wife to invest in themselves and their relationship with each other. Choose to work together and talk about money throughout the lifetime of your marriage.
For more details and to reserve your space, go to www.MoneyTalkMatters.com.
Taffy Wagner, DMin
About Taffy Wagner, DMin and Certified Educator in Personal Finances
She provides one-on-one counseling, conducts seminars on finances for individuals, engaged couples and married couples. She has been quoted in Black Enterprise, Essence Magazine and Woman's Day and the former financial advisor for Christian Business Talk Radio. Dr. Wagner is available to speak at seminars, conferences and small groups. You can contact her through her site at www.MoneyTalkMatters.com