Legally joining your lives through marriage is a big deal in countless ways, and money matters are a hot topic for many couples. Deciding whether or not to join accounts is only one piece of the financial picture. What do you know about the other elements, like your credit score and taxes? Take the quiz!
What Do You Know About Money After Marriage?
True or False: after you're married, both names appear on the same credit report.
True or False: your individual credit history becomes obsolete once you get married.
True or False: if you and your husband open any joint credit cards together, those will appear on both of your credit reports.
True or False: if you're applying for a loan together and one of you has a better credit score, lenders will allow you to use that score alone for consideration.
True or False: filing joint taxes is the best option for all married couples.