Love and Money: What to Do When Financial Opposites Attract (@dankadlec @kerenzulli @MONEY)

By May 26, 2015Uncategorized

It’s often said that opposites attract, but when couples are on the opposite ends of the financial spectrum in terms of saving versus spending, some serious relationship-threatening complications can start to pop up. If this sounds familiar to you, Dan Kadlec and Kerri Anne Renzulli at Money Magazine have some advice:

Full article at Money Magazine

“In a poll last year, MONEY found that 70% of couples argue about money, putting it ahead of conflicts over chores, sex, or snoring. What’s more, money fights are the only common spats correlated to divorce: Couples who fight about money weekly are 52% more likely to divorce than those who argue about money monthly, according to a study by Jeffrey Dew, associate professor at Utah State University.”

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