Hubby and I are on our way to ‘face to face with shine’ – Gift Chukwu; where we will be sharing on ‘ behavioural pattern and financial issues in marriage’.
Most couples shy away from discussing their financial goals as individuals, couples and even as a family. Couples don’t realize that if you are not accountable to your spouse on financial issues, building a legacy that includes the family is nearly impossible.
Financial goals are extremely important, they help us to focus our energy, creativity, strength and resources to achieving the goal.
This way we are able to measure our success.
In the first 7 years of our marriage, we couldn’t pinpoint what we did with our money, because we didn’t have our financial goals written down. Fast forward now; we are achieving more with less because of clearly written goals and being each other’s accountability partner.
• What are your financial goals?
• As a couple what are the goals set to build financial capacity for the family?
• Are your documenting your dealings with one another for accountability purpose?
• Is your behavoural pattern a plus or a negative to the growth process?
Dwell on this and join us if you can, as we discuss on FAACT – building a financial legacy for the next generation.
… good people leave an inheritance to their grandchildren.
(Proverbs 13:22A NLT).
Ngee & Rich
Founders of Keeping Marriage Alive Initiative
“Will two people walk together unless they have agreed to do so?” Amos 3:3 (CEB).