Before planning marriage, discussing finances is ideal, according to First Bank Executive Vice President

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)– Going into a marriage with a financial plan is in your’s and your spouse’s best interest. While people often plan for marriage and the wedding itself, not many have a conversation about their finances with one another, beforehand.

Gene Todd, the Executive Vice President and Managing Director of First Bank, informs us how preparing a budget, discussing insurance options and how income will be saved and spent, is ideal and may be the result of having longer lasting, more successful marriage.

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