So it’s money — not sex — that can bust up your relationship
Less than half of Americans are comfortable sharing their financial details
This Valentine’s Day, don’t let your checkbook get in the way of your love life.
A recent survey from LearnVest, an online provider of financial planning services, found that 68 percent of Americans in relationships say that finances cause more tension with their partner than their sex life does.
The New York–based firm polled 1,000 adults online between Dec. 8 and Dec. 13.
In fact, nearly a quarter of the participants said that they have ended a relationship over money. Close to six in 10 said they would rather be single for the rest of their lives than to marry someone with bad financial habits.
“From the jobs we take to the way we raise our children, there are so many life decisions that have to be made as a couple — and most will impact your money,” said Alexa von Tobel, founder of LearnVest.
Lack of money intimacy
Read the rest of the article by clicking the link: http://cnb.cx/2kArjRt