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21-Apr-2019 00:35

And that poses an interesting question: does money matter when dating, especially early on?

Or is it something to talk about later when things start to get serious?

That may be taking it too far, but to say that money doesn’t matter at all is naïve. While it may be too far to write someone off who is bad with money, it may be a major red flag if you are with someone who is terrible with money.

After all, if you are getting yourself on track financially, wouldn’t it be against your values to be with someone who is bad with money?

You have assets, debts and obligations…far more complications than when you were in your 20s and had an apartment and 0 in the bank.

Love may make the world go ‘round, but disagreements over money can stop even the best relationship dead in its tracks.

I’m going to make the assumption that this isn’t a ploy on his part to go on “cheap dates”.

🙂 There are tons of guys out there who have complexes about their jobs and the amount of money they make and what it “means” about them.

According to one study, couples that argued early in their relationships (regardless of income, debt, etc.) were more likely to divorce.

Could it be that getting on the same page about money is the key to marital bliss?

Love may make the world go ‘round, but disagreements over money can stop even the best relationship dead in its tracks.

I’m going to make the assumption that this isn’t a ploy on his part to go on “cheap dates”.

🙂 There are tons of guys out there who have complexes about their jobs and the amount of money they make and what it “means” about them.

According to one study, couples that argued early in their relationships (regardless of income, debt, etc.) were more likely to divorce.

Could it be that getting on the same page about money is the key to marital bliss?

I make a living helping people figure out their finances. So when it comes to bringing personal finance up in normal conversation, I’m totally cool with talking about things like how I spent too much money at REI this weekend and felt totally guilty about it or how the hell to roll over a 401k from your last job. While I love a good, honest conversation about finances, I feel like I’m in an interesting spot of getting to know someone’s money habits sooner rather than later.