Financial Planning for Blended Families

Blended families — otherwise known as “stepfamilies” — experience unique financial needs and challenges. Discover ways to handle finances, from initial discussions to future financial strategies.

Blended families are an increasingly common family structure in the United States. Because of its distinct family structure, blended families face unique financial obstacles like differing financial habits, obligations from previous relationships and the need to plan for the future of a larger family unit.

MoneyGeek compiled a list of financial planning resources specifically for blended families to help navigate these complexities, build trust, set realistic expectations and work towards shared financial goals.

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