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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

How to Make Money Talks Less Awkward

Filed under: $$$ Tips,Budget,Financial Infidelity,Money Matters — Larry James @ 7:30 am
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Aly Walansky, Guest Author

You can talk to your significant other about what they love, what they hate, where they want to travel and what they want to accomplish. But talking about the root of all those things – money – can be difficult. Financial experts say money and money problems are the leading cause of divorce which means communication is key. Make those money talks less awkward with these tips.

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daveramseyHaving a conversation about money isn’t something you want to spring on someone. Instead of bringing it up in the heat of the moment or just before bed, plan your chat ahead of time. Tell your partner you want to go over your finances next Tuesday or Saturday afternoon. Write it down on your calendar in ink. That way you can both be prepared and focused.

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Larry’s NOTE: Don’t be blindsided by your partner’s debt. If you or your partner are knee deep in credit card debt, you need to talk about it “before” you tie the knot. Waiting until after marriage and then finding out that your partner has $45,000 in credit card debt could be the straw that broke the camel’s back. You must learn to discuss your money as often and thoroughly as necessary and the earlier in your relationship, the better. Financial counseling can help couples with different styles meet somewhere in the middle. Please be honest about money!

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alyCopyright © 2013 – Aly Walansky. Aly is the beauty and fashion editor for MyGloss.com, a style columnist for SheKnows.com as well as a contributor to publications ranging from Huffington Post to About.com. While she is well-known for her beauty and style writing — New Beauty Magazine rated her one of the top four beauty bloggers on the web in their Winter 2010 issue and Star Magazine rated her the hottest blogger on the Internet this summer – she’s rather diversified in the blogosphere – she’s been hired to live-blog from locations ranging from the Miss America pageant to the Emmy Awards. Diversified, sure, but her true passion exists in the worlds of beauty and style, and she is quoted in countless publications on a weekly basis, and has appeared as a beauty expert on the FOX network and various radio programming. Aly currently resides in New York City, where she focuses on the travel, beauty/spa, and fashion writing realm. Visit Aly’s BLOG.

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