, the idea is to get clear with about what moving in together means to each of you so there's no confusion about intentions. (If so, hopefully that's not the reason.) Are you doing it to make your relationship feel more "official," or to prep for marriage, or to end a stretch of long-distance dating?
However, as you get older, life experience might make it easier for you to work out if you and your partner are compatible, as may be the case for Carey, 45, and Packer, 48.“Generally you’ll have more relationship experience and know more about what you want and don’t want as you get older,” Aiken says.singer has reportedly packed up her belongings from the house she was renting and moved into Packer’s Beverly Hills mansion just up the road.The couple’s quick progression from holiday hand-holding to cohabitation has raised eyebrows and the question on everyone’s mind: how long should you wait before moving in with your new partner?Should the higher paid person pay more of the joint expenses or should the couple live more frugally and divide joint expenses equally?
"Discussions about money (and yep, disagreements about it too) are going come up often as you build a life together.
Even if you don't plan to get married, you should decide what signifies to you both that your relationship is on the right track."Before couples move in together they need to be clear on their budget," says Pam Friedman, author and certified financial planner focused on marital financial planning.
"It's a good idea to start by defining expenses that are joint and those that are not.
It felt like just the other week we were caught completely off guard when photos emerged of pop star Mariah Carey holding hands with none other than Australian billionaire James Packer.
Now news has broken that within just five months of dating, the unlikely celebrity couple has taken that next big leap in commitment: moving in together.
Think back to that time your dog was rushed to the emergency vet at 3 A. or your car got stranded in a snowy ditch for four hours.