Saturday, June 2, 2012

When Love Is Blind Relating to Money?

Love Is Blind Relating to Money

When it comes to money, it turns out that love is really blind, or at least a "disturbing vision", concluded a poll conducted recently.

In a poll of about 1,000 people, exposing most of the couples admitted that financial issues affect their decision to marry.....

When Love Is Blind Relating to Money

A total of 41 percent of respondents said the bankruptcy of a partner in the future; it will not affect their decision to marry.

However, about one-third of respondents said they would cancel the wedding if they go bankrupt partner. While more than a quarter of respondents said they would postpone the wedding when it happens.

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"One of the most common challenges for the new bride is how to unite their finances," said Carrie Braxdale, Managing Director at TD Ameritrade, the U.S., about the results of the polls, such as the quoted from the pages of the Daily Business News.

To that end, Braxdale advises couples who want to tie the knot in which to discuss their financial problems as a matter of debt and investments.

In the meantime, information on the TD Ameritrade Couples and Money is based on a poll of 1,000 people. The study was conducted by Research Now, an agency online sampling and data collection.

1 comment:

  1. That is F-ed up! If you love someone and both people are happy being together and care/love each other then money should not even matter!

    I hope to find that 1 special girl that will love me and care about me and be with me even if we lived in a cardboard box eating food out of the trash!

    If I had a sweet girl that loves me for me then Id consider myself to be the richest man in the universe!