Financial Red Flags That Might Be Hurting Your Relationship

Talking about money to your partner and spouse is never an easy conversation to have, especially if you’re unsure what they think about it, or if you have limited knowledge of how to work with money.

Not all of us share the same philosophy about money, how we earn and spend it, or how we invest it. Unfortunately, the friction surrounding the topic of money and finances can lead to greater relationship issues such as so-called financial infidelity, where people hide their purchases from their partners.

Putting off this conversation can often do more harm than it does good, and research shows that roughly 64% of couples admit to being

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