We each have a unique relationship with money.
Though not everyone recognizes the connection, there is a direct line between how you feel about money and your financial tendencies.
Not only does your relationship with money influence financial decisions but it also plays a role in your self-worth. Thus, making it a topic worth exploring. Especially since money affects most areas of your life.
There’s an old saying that goes, “Money is the root of all evil.” While money may not be responsible for all the problems a couple may have, it’s definitely a double-edged sword. Although money can empower couples to make their own decisions, it also can cause financial disagreements and drive couples apart.
Every couple has disagreements. They go hand-in-hand with any relationship.
However, financial disagreements can be a particularly difficult problem. In fact, money matters and differing viewpoints regarding finances are at the top of the list of reason why couples separate or divorce.
To avoid letting this issue destroy your relationship, consider these three important key points.
When it comes to who the breadwinner is in the family, times are changing.
According to the Pew Research Center, in 1960, 11% of American families had a woman as the primary wage earner. Today, that number has climbed to 40%.
This change in gender roles can have an impact on relationships. How so?