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Money in Matrimony

Teaching couples how to get rid of debt, earn more income, and save for future

Rated 5 out of 5
23 Ratings
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Areas of Focus

  • Budgeting
  • Choosing a Financial Coach
  • Coaching
  • Credit Cards
  • Emergency Savings

About Me

I empower married couples by using a practical plan to help them get rid of debt, earn more income, and save for the future.


Houston, Tx

Meeting Options

  • Video Conference
  • Phone
  • Online Courses
  • Webinars

Compensation Methods

  • Package Offers
  • Per Session

What to expect in the first meeting

All new clients must begin with a 30-minute Discovery Session. This is the initial call for clients to discuss their needs and determine their financial goals to include: Budgeting, Saving, and Debt Payoff. The required intake form must be completed prior to this session. Book your session here: https://daniellerenedavis.com/

About our Firm

You've come to the right place if:

- You have a desire to change the way you think about money
- You and your spouse are not positively communicating as it relates to money
- You find it difficult to handle tasks such as budgeting, earning more, and saving money
- You are tired of not thriving with your money
- You are feeling stuck financially

Book your first session here: https://daniellerenedavis.com



Volunteer Experience

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program Girl Scouts of America Habitat for Humanity



  • English

Hobbies and Interests

  • Board Games
  • Church
  • Computer
  • Dancing
  • Entertaining
  • Family
  • Movies
  • Music
  • Reading
  • Relaxing
  • Sports
  • Traveling
  • Volunteering
  • Writing

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Great Blog - 10 Stars!

Rated 5 out of 5
August 1, 2020

Money in Matrimony has been a game changer for my marriage! I love how consistent and up to date it is with finance information, tips and advice. It really helps me and my husband stay on track and be accountable. I suggest this blog to everyone from singles to people who have been married many years because let’s face it, seasons change and we can always learn something new!

Candid Crystal Photography

An Inspiring Place To Learn About Relationship Finances

Rated 5 out of 5
July 30, 2020

Hi Money In Matrimony! We really love your all around efforts to help the public make a positive impact on married couples and their money motivations. Your comments at our weekly discussions are always inspiring and your passion to make a positive difference towards married couples brings constant motivation to us! All the best 🙂 From Phil & Kate at FinLit Dating

Phil Engel

Mind over matter...

Rated 5 out of 5
July 30, 2020

I have never been the “financially conscious” person. I don’t even know if that term even exists, I do however know whatever thoughts I had prior to experiencing this blog are no longer. The 30 day challenge was beyond eye opening for me, things that have fallen under the radar for years or were deemed less important have found their place in my life. I absolutely love Money In Matrimony…10s across the board!

Olaisha Ceaser

Finances in Laymen Terms

Rated 5 out of 5
July 30, 2020

The Money in Matrimony blog presents their financial knowledge in the simplest terms for everyone to understand. They also provide resources and tools to help along the process. The emails are very informative and I look forward to reading them.

JayTay Phillips

Made our dreams come true...

Rated 5 out of 5
July 30, 2020

I have always been skeptical about financial coaches or what not. And I started following this blog on social media and for some reason this blog made a lot more sense than a lot of books you may read. The way she breaks it down for the beginners to not feel lost was what did it for me. Me and my wife love the challenges and it’s definitely working. We both lost our jobs about 2 years ago and were swimming in debt. With following the guidelines money and matrimony has provided we are on the way to closing on our dream home.

Lorne Schofield

Relevant Information for all!

Rated 5 out of 5
July 29, 2020

Money in Matrimony gives pertinent information for everyone.(Singles, Newlyweds, and those that have been married for 14 years or more like myself). It starts with the very basics of showing you that you first need to have the right mindset. I like that she gives her real-life examples that let you know, you are not alone on this journey. It has helped my husband and I realize where we need to cut back, helped me make money by selling things that I no longer use or need, and has taught me to be aware of my emotional spending. This is a very informative, and easy to read Blog that will have you excited to get your finances in order. It’s never too early or too late to start. Thank you Money in Matrimony!


Love this Blog

Rated 5 out of 5
July 29, 2020

Often you don’t know where to start with getting your finances on track and finding the Money and Matrimony blog was a game changer. This blog is informative and I love that there are practical steps to follow. -great resource!

V Schofield

Couples & Finances

Rated 5 out of 5
July 28, 2020

My wife and I are learning a lot from this blog and Instagram page. It’s a great blog for couples wanting to learn more about managing their finances together

Thando Jacobs


Rated 5 out of 5
July 27, 2020

This blog has provided me with a ton of information that has been very essential in helping me to stay on top of my finances. In addition, it has also allowed me to break some very stubborn spending habits of mine by opening my eyes to money in a new way. The information and resources posted here has truly been beneficial.

John Davis

Financial debt

Rated 5 out of 5
July 27, 2020

I am so glad to read the advice that I get from this blog I am 67 years old and have been taking her advice I have paid off 2 debts in the amount of 3,000 dollars each in a year by cutting back. Thanks moneymatrimony

Theresa Davis