Of all the things that can come between people, of all the reasons tensions flare and couples fight – from petty little things to major blowouts – one thing is at the center of more arguments than anything else: Money. More than in-laws, kids, who said what, who looked at who… Money is the thing

Finances, perhaps more than any other topic, are at the center of many, many marital conflicts. We argue over how much is being spent, where it’s being spent, who’s earning what, how much things cost, and on and on… It makes perfect sense why we tend to be so sensitive about money - we work

Money problems remain one of the most common things couples fight about. No matter what socioeconomic bracket they might fall into or how long they’ve been together, couples tend to get stressed about money – who’s spending what, where it’s being spent, who’s earning how much, and on and on… And there’s one major reason

We’ve said it before, but because so many people still struggle, it bears repeating: money is one of the top reasons couples fight. Financial concerns are simply embedded in our culture – as that old line from Cabaret goes, “money makes the world go round.” This simple fact has a tendency of keeping people on

We’ve all heard before that money is one of the most common things couples fight about. It happens for any range of reasons - but at the core of the issue, it’s about stress. No matter what our financial means might be, money just gets stressful sometimes! It’s the thing that helps us operate our

Disagreements about money are one of the most common reasons couples fight. It can be about different views of wants versus needs, contention about the price one person is willing to pay for something frivolous, accurately planning finances so all the bills are paid on time, or simply the difficulties of trying to manage a joint income and joint expenses.

Disagreements about money are one of the most common reasons couples fight. It can be about different views of wants versus needs, contention about the price one person is willing to pay for something frivolous, accurately planning finances so all the bills are paid on time, or simply the difficulties of trying to manage a joint income and joint expenses.

In a marriage, hiding the truth is never a good idea… and when it comes to money, technology is only making it more difficult to cover your tracks. The Wall Street Journal recently published an article on the perils of hiding financial information from your spouse, consulting with divorce lawyers, accountants, and forensic experts about

All couples argue, but what are couples fighting about the most? According to a recent survey, money is the most common reason married or cohabiting couples fight. Of over 1,000 American adults polled in a national telephone survey, 27 percent of participants said that disagreements over finances were most likely to erupt into an argument

Money is a serious issue when it comes to your relationship.  The likelihood of divorce goes up dramatically If your partner thinks that you are spending money poorly.  How can you avoid falling into monetary relationship traps? Nancy Anderson from Forbes.com has some great advice for staying clear of the top five financial mistakes most