marriage money

Personally, I didn't think I'd been trying to hide anything when I'd left the salary category on my own profile blank, but seeing my date's number made me sheepish about my own income and glad that I hadn't revealed it.
It's fine to have your head in the clouds when it comes to your soul mate. But when it comes to finances, it's important to have your mind on the numbers. That's because a financial mismatch between and your sweetie can sour any relationship fast.
The survey also found that couples average three arguments a month about financial issues. Of over 1,000 American adults
IPPR analyzed survey data from British women born between 1976 and 1981 and found that 28 percent of those polled married
Money is the leading cause of marital and relationship troubles. Neglecting to take the time to hash out issues can potentially ruin relationships. But you can improve your financial intimacy. Here are five tips to do just that.
You can go like this for years, naively thinking you'll always trust each other. Until one day, life happens and smacks you in the face. The next thing you know, you're in a mad dash to protect your money, your credit history and your good name from being drawn through the sludge by an ex, determined to have it all.
We don't want a divorce, but our differences in this one area of our life together pull us into a painful place. What to do?
Going into marriage without a clear and concise idea of how you and your partner view monetary matters is a recipe for sure disaster.
By Hanna Rosin Slate When my husband and I got married I was making more money than he was. We both had steady journalism