Researchers found that 70% of divorces are due to conflict over money. We are finding that it isn’t the broken financial plan that is tearing relationships apart. It is the bickering, the fighting and the grating on each other’s nerves that is.
How can you stop the fights and learn to understand each other in a whole new way and actually want to have discussions where money is involved?
After all, doesn’t money affect every decision you make as a couple?
Where you go on vacation?
The kind of wedding you give your daughter?
Where you work?
Where you buy your groceries?
Where you get your coffee?
What grade of gasoline you put in your car?
There are two sides to every decision about anything and everything — and money is no exception. But in order to avoid the fighting and grating on each other’s nerves, you need a plan.
In other words, a “Financial Relationship” Plan (not a financial plan about dollars and cents) that allows you to both feel heard.
What good is a mountain of cash if you want to throw yourself off the mountain (or push them) because you’re so tired of fighting about money?
There is a way to not only survive, but thrive.
Make it Happen!
The Money Couple
Scott & Bethany Palmer