Love and money can lead to disaster if couples don’t consider finances together. A recent survey put money disagreements as the top reason couples argued, ahead of arguments about children, chores, work or friends, according to a survey by Harris Interactive and the American Institute of CPAs. Divorce.com puts financial problems at the top of its list of reasons for failed marriages.
“Often, couples are just unclear about their goals,” says Candace Bahr, who advises couples on finance at Bahr Investment Group in Carlsbad. She’s seen it all — secret accounts, no savings and yes, she’s dealt with clients crying in her office. Read complete article on San Diego UT
Article By Tamara Chuang, FEB. 8, 2013