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You've paid a fortune for the ring,
the venue, the dress.

What would you pay to make your relationship last forever?

You’ve talked about the wedding details, where you want to live, what furniture you want to buy or bring into this new relationship.

You know each other’s favorite coffee, whether you'd like to sleep in on weekends, how many kids you’d like to have.

But have you had the big money talk?  

  • Do you know what each of you owes and what each of you owns?

  • Do you have a plan for how you’re going to handle your money as a couple, as a family?

  • Do you know how you’re going to save for retirement even if that seems to be eons away?

  • Do you and your partner really understand how money works?

If you said ‘no’ to most of these questions, then

This program is for you.


You owe it to yourself and your partner to get on the same page about money sooner rather than later. 

Why?  Because the biggest reason that couples split up is money.


Here;s why this is so important for your new and long-term relationship.

Why was this program created?


My name is Marianne Douglas.  I created this program because I never really learned how money works - not from my parents (no blame here - they were most likely not taught either), not in school, and not when I was learning to be a math teacher.  Because I never learned, I made every mistake possible and struggled with money most of my life.  My ex-husband seemed to know less about how money worked than I did. Between us, we were totally clueless about how to manage money, how to grow our money, how to stay out of debt.  


It would have been so easy if someone, anyone had just taught us the basics.


We made so many financial mistakes including cashing in our retirement accounts when we left our teaching job and re-financing our home to  pay off debt. Sounds amazing looking back.  Two college educated former high school teachers who had no idea about money.  


But there are many people who are like we were, who didn't understand money - except how to spend it. Research shows that many college graduates are often the least prepared because their math education focused on Algebra, Geometry, Calculus and other higher level topics and not on the practical, simple financial concepts that once known and implemented can create financial abundance and stress free living in terms of money.


I finally learned what I'm sharing with you now when I researched and developed a success program for my students called Strategies for Success. Designed to empower teens, it's full of topics that fill in the gaps in traditional education including financial literacy.   My students were grateful that finally someone was teaching this information.  I still teach this information to this day in my own seminars and to college freshmen.


Starting a life together with your significant other is the perfect time to make sure that you both are on track about money, especially given the high rate of divorces and break-ups over money issues.


Here are some of the topics covered in this short course:

  • how to set up a system to pay bills, have fun and plan for the future

  • how money grows and why the earlier you start, the better

  • how what you each believe about money determines how you handle it

  • how credit works 

  • how to split your incomes fairly if you make very different salaries

  • and much more!


Order Finances for New Couples here


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Finances for New Couples designer Marianne Douglas

Don't wait!  The sooner you start, the quicker you'll build your financial future.

Order here


“You’ve probably heard that money problems are one of the most significant factors that can lead to divorce.  Without a doubt, differences in money management styles between two partners can ruin a marriage.  In fact, you don’t even need to be married to fall victim to the powerful influences money problems can have on a relationship.”


Seth Meyers (not the host of Late Night)
“Insight is 20/20” 


This is a great course for those in a serious relationship. It helps couples realize that, although we don't like to talk about it, money and finances play a roll in a relationship. It offers resources for even more information on how to manage finances, create budgets, and set financial goals. I highly recommend this course to those thinking about marriage or struggling with finances! And although it’s written for couples, it has sound money advice for anyone, not just newly weds!



This course is filled with vital information to help anyone's financial situation. From understanding what your money beliefs are, to communicating with your partner, to making your money grow. I wish I was taught this years ago!



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Bride and groom at the wedding
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Order the program here:

The program is available on a site called Xperiencify

Click here to sign up for the course.

Here's what you'll find  when you get there


  • The program is in two formats so that you can choose the way that works best for you.

  • You can watch the entire program on video

  • If you prefer to just read the copy, you can check out each lesson in PDF form show below each video

Only $27.00





The information provided in or through this Website and the site where the course is stored is for educational and informational purposes only and solely as a self-help tool for your own use.  Please read the full disclaimer here for complete details.

With all you've paid for the day, what are willing to pay for a lifetime?

Click here to enroll in the course.


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