Plus, if you’re not particularly proud of your financial state, a no-holds-barred discussion may stir up anxiety, embarrassment and fear of rejection.
While we know it’s important, many of us shy away from asking our partners key questions related to savings, investments, debt and credit.
More than 40% of couples surveyed by Country Financial recently said they didn’t discuss how they’d manage their money together ahead of tying the knot.
As a society, we’re not especially conditioned to speak intimately about our finances.
One report found money to be a tougher topic for Americans to talk about than politics and religion.
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And I want you to feel like you can ask me anything you want about my finances.
I want to be an open book about this stuff because I’ve seen how it can unnecessarily complicate things in relationships.” Then ask: “What do you think? To ease any potential tension, my future husband and I decided to meet at a familiar and fun setting: our favorite bar.
Don’t get me wrong: By then, we’d fully observed each other’s spending behaviors and discussed goals (thankfully, with no red flags). With plans to move in together and cosign a lease just a few months down the road, we figured this was a natural and important time to get into the nitty-gritty.