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What is the right age to get married at?

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April 21, 2019 / By Derry
Question: idk soo one day if i get married i want to be the right age soo what age is probaly the best age to get married???
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Bennie Bennie | 1 day ago
My employer when I was in high school and college gave me this advice, and it holds very true. Do not get married until after you go to college, and preferably not before 25. Here's why... 1. Right out of high school is too young because neither one of you have had a chance to really live life yet. You are more likely to cheat because you see other opportunities out there and begin to doubt. 2. If you go to college, your world opens up drastically. You will meet tons of new people and see more of what you like about men/women. That is a key thing there....there is a huge difference between how a guy/girl acts as a teenager vs. how they act when older. I always say to my students having watched them constantly in high school that a teen relationship is NOTHING at all like an adult relationship. 3. You need time to meet men and see what they are all like. You need time in a relationship before getting married to really get to know that person and decide whether or not you can LIVE WITH who that person is for the rest of your life, because you are marrying the good AND the bad of that person. 4. You need to mature yourself. I dated in high school, of course thought I was going to marry two of them, but then went to college. I had two long-term relationships in that time period. They both broke up with me because I was immature. It wasn't until I was about 23-25 when I really started understanding myself and how I needed to act in a relationship so that it didn't get destroyed. 5. You deserve to live a little and become and independent person. Men and women love someone who is independent! Travel. Experience things. You will not have that ability if you get married and suddenly find yourself with children. I've had the opportunity to travel all over the U.S. and to different countries before I got married. I got a Masters Degree, started a side photography business. I am thankful that I didn't follow my "plan" of being married right out of college now that I look back. I wouldn't have done any of what I've done had I tied myself down right away. Just my thoughts. ...One more thing....If you love the person, you don't HAVE to be married to be with that person. I paper and rings is not needed to be around someone you love. So take your time.
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Bennie Originally Answered: What is the right age to get married at?
My employer when I was in high school and college gave me this advice, and it holds very true. Do not get married until after you go to college, and preferably not before 25. Here's why... 1. Right out of high school is too young because neither one of you have had a chance to really live life yet. You are more likely to cheat because you see other opportunities out there and begin to doubt. 2. If you go to college, your world opens up drastically. You will meet tons of new people and see more of what you like about men/women. That is a key thing there....there is a huge difference between how a guy/girl acts as a teenager vs. how they act when older. I always say to my students having watched them constantly in high school that a teen relationship is NOTHING at all like an adult relationship. 3. You need time to meet men and see what they are all like. You need time in a relationship before getting married to really get to know that person and decide whether or not you can LIVE WITH who that person is for the rest of your life, because you are marrying the good AND the bad of that person. 4. You need to mature yourself. I dated in high school, of course thought I was going to marry two of them, but then went to college. I had two long-term relationships in that time period. They both broke up with me because I was immature. It wasn't until I was about 23-25 when I really started understanding myself and how I needed to act in a relationship so that it didn't get destroyed. 5. You deserve to live a little and become and independent person. Men and women love someone who is independent! Travel. Experience things. You will not have that ability if you get married and suddenly find yourself with children. I've had the opportunity to travel all over the U.S. and to different countries before I got married. I got a Masters Degree, started a side photography business. I am thankful that I didn't follow my "plan" of being married right out of college now that I look back. I wouldn't have done any of what I've done had I tied myself down right away. Just my thoughts. ...One more thing....If you love the person, you don't HAVE to be married to be with that person. I paper and rings is not needed to be around someone you love. So take your time.

Abida Abida
It's different for everyone. The women in my family have all married before 22 and none of us have ever been divorced(we've all been married between 3-45 years of the ones still alive). We also dated around(in the traditional sense) before choosing our partner. But I've known many who haven't made it more than 2 years after getting married around age 30. It's when you feel is right for you. There is no set age minus those within the law.
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Shyla Shyla
There's no right answer for this problem. Each person is different as to when it's the right time. It could all depend, and should, on goals you set for yourself to hopefully achieve to be comfortable enough to marry. It may take a certain degree of education and starting a career before you're ready. You may be looking at just being a housewife and mother so you wouldn't really need to wait as long. And you need to be mature enough to shoulder the responsibilities of marriage and a husband and family if you plan on children. You just don't want to put it off until you're approaching 40 unless children aren't in the picture for you ever.
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Philipa Philipa
Personally, as a girl, I'd want to get married by 24, but then I think it's still too early, so maybe when I'm about 26-28.
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Marsha Marsha
It depends. Whenever you get into a proper relationship with someone, then you can make the decision on whether that person is the right one for you. Get to know that person before getting into serious things.
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Marsha Originally Answered: Newly Married Tax Question.need help?
You can file as married filing jointly (MFJ) or married filing separately (MFS). In most cases, it is better to file as MFJ. On the joint return your standard deduction is $11,400 and you get two exemptions. If you file MFS, you will not get many credits and deductions including EIC. On the joint return the liabilities are joint. If one spouse owes tax, both spouses are equally responsible. You may file Form 8379 with joint return. This is from IRS publication 17: Your Federal Income Tax. Tip. If you and your spouse each have income, you may want to figure your tax both on a joint return and on separate returns (using the filing status of married filing separately). Choose the method that gives the two of you the lower combined tax.

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