PRLog - Jul. 10, 2011 - DENVER -- A wedding is one of the largest investments that brides and grooms deal with even before they get married. They will have discussions about the wedding budget regardless of whose paying, what are the deal breakers and what are some of things they could actually do without. Money is an integral part of the wedding and an absolute when it comes to marriage. Money is a tool that is used regularly and has been known to cause a considerable amount of stress.
As brides and grooms are preparing for the wedding, Dr. Taffy Wagner, local author, Certified Educator in Personal Finances and Money and Marriage advocate released Bride and Groom Money Talk FAQ. All too often when she’s at bridal shows, the vendors are fascinated by her focusing on such a crucial topic. Recently interviewed by The Denver Business Journal, Dr. Wagner shared how “money” remains a taboo topic.
“Money is that elephant in the room. Due to the nature of money being viewed in a negative fashion and knowing firsthand that it takes a lot for people to say they need help, she decided to contact local bridal stores about carrying Bride and Groom Money Talk FAQ. Wagner adds, this is a book that may be purchased as a gift for couples”.
With determination and excitement, Wagner began pounding the pavement and sending out emails to local bridal stores. Bride and Groom Money Talk FAQ is now being carried in The Altar Bridal Consignment store and d’Anelli Bridal. Bride and Groom Money Talk FAQ gives engaged couples the 411 about money and marriage talk – how do you start it, what should be addressed, how do you handle parents and in-laws when it comes to money and much much more.
Money is a part of life whether you are single, engaged, newlywed or married beyond newlywed. Think back to what money lessons you have learned and wish someone had told you. Don’t let the cycle continue. Bride and Groom Money Talk FAQ can be purchased from Dr. Wagner’s site – http://www.brideandgroommoneytalk.com, the Altar Bridal Consignment Store, d’Anelli Bridal or Tattered Cover.
About Taffy Wagner, DMin and Certified Educator in Personal Finances
Dr. Wagner has been interviewed by The Associated Press, AOL Black Voices, US News and World Report, Called Magazine and Woman’s day regarding money and marriage issues. She provides premarital and post-marital financial counseling, conducts seminars on personal finances for individuals, single parents and small groups. Wagner is the financial advisor for www.Blackbride.com and financial columnist for Weddzilla.com. She is available to speak at seminars, conferences and small groups. You can contact her through her site at www.BrideandGroommoneytalk.com