What’s Your Money Relationship?

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Strange as it sounds we all have a relationship with money.  Think about it, it does make sense.  The world is about relationships and money is no exception. 

In fact, your relationship with money is the longest relationship you will have in your life!

Money is everywhere, we really can’t ‘opt out’ and say we want nothing to do with it.  Unless you want to be a hermit in deepest darkest Kazakstan and be self-sufficient.  Not my idea of fun.  Continue reading

Your Money Personality Affects Relationships

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Your ‘money personality’ is a behavioural pattern relating to your spending and saving. In a relationship it may appear your Money Personalities clash.  By understanding how opposing types can be complementary in a relationship, you will become a stronger team.

Your Money Personality is rarely just the one type.  The large majority of us are a blend of two and sometimes three.

At different times in your life and depending on circumstances, you will very likely see more than one money personality type in yourself and that’s quite natural. As a result, you’ll probably see a cross over between these – in other words, you can show parts of more than one money personality at the same time. Continue reading

Gender Roles are Alive and Well When it Comes to Money!

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It’s your first date, you have had a lovely meal and the bill arrives. What happens next?

According to a survey by Nerdwallet in 2014 (1,000 respondents in the USA who are in a relationship) 77.4% believe that the man should pick up the tab.  It looks as though traditional gender roles when it comes to money are alive.

Both men and women think this, but men are a little more likely to think this way. Continue reading

Let’s Talk About Money Honey

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I want to talk about and plan our money, but my partner doesn’t!

Are you feeling nagged or hounded by your partner about money?  It can be very frustrating for you both when one of you wants to talk about money and the other one doesn’t.

Here are a few reasons that this can happen and what you can do about it. Continue reading