10 Money Lessons for a Successful Relationship

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By Sabah Karimi
1. Have the money talk regularly.
It’s important to have a strong dialogue about money — and to have it often. The TD Bank survey found that a whopping 78 percent of respondents in relationships who discuss money at least once a week are happy. So, it might not be a bad idea to apply this strategy to your own relationship.
“Couples who share their feelings about money and disclose what they make, how they spend and what they want to save for,aren’t just sharing money information,” said April Masini, a relationship expert and author. According to Masini, these couples are also sharing their feelings and goals, which is essentially the “building blocks for relationships.”
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