Jason Heath posted an interesting article on Money Sense which answered a question that i felt could be very beneficial to you. Getting involved in a second marriage can be a great new lease of life but often people get confused with the best way to handle the financial aspect of two people coming together.
Here is the question that inspired the article…
I am a 50-year-old divorced male. After dating for 3 years, I am about to propose to a lovely lady (48-years-old). She is very financially independent. With my lack of retirement savings (long story involving a divorce settlement and a business venture that did not work out), I plan on working as long as I physically can. I need some sage advice on how we might organize our finances when married that is fair to both parties.—John
For the detailed answer head over to Money sense: Financial advice for a second marriage