This week: Talk about a love-hate relationship.
The average that men spent on the last Valentine’s Day, according to Shopkick. Women spent an average of $89.54.
Women who “think their dates earn bonus points if they offer to pay” for a first date, according to Just Lunch. Meanwhile, “less than 1 percent insist on picking up the bill themselves.”
Couples who say “arguments about money” are the biggest stress in their relationship, according to eharmony. But even more (33 percent) say it’s “being too tired for sex.”
Couples whose discussions about money “have had a very negative tone,” according to the National Financial Educators Council. Fortunately, a whopping 24.7 percent said those conversations had a “very positive tone.”
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