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Financial disagreements are a strong predictor of divorce.
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If you're having a hard time starting the money talk with your significant other, you're not alone. In the video above by Newsy, we learn about a new study that concludes more than 40 per cent of Amer...
In 2015, personal finance is still a taboo topic. We might live in a liberal country, but Canadians are not very open-minded when it comes to talking about our pocketbook. In fact, many of us downright lie. I think one thing is clear: The more openly we discuss our finances, the more opportunity we have to gain financial literacy and take control of our financial outlook.
Do you talk about money with your partner, better half, significant other? Many of us don't have this conversation and struggle just to address the topic. If we find the courage to reach out and engage in conversations about money how do we keep our emotions in check?
My oldest friend and I met in kindergarten. We have gone through everything together -- death, marriage, divorce, job losses, and childbirth. Yet, the one thing we don't discuss is money. How did it get this way? Money is embedded in our culture and in our lives.