Couples More Likely To Divorce Over Money than Infidelity, Survey Shows

Feb 12 2014 by
Categories : Culture

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If you thought infidelity was the ultimate deal-breaker – well, a new BMO survey would beg to disagree.

Turns out, the majority of the Canadian couples they asked (68%) would be more likely to divorce over money troubles than cheating.

The stat that really stuck at out me from the survey, which asked couples all kinds of probing, money-and-relationship sort of questions? Only 32% of the women surveyed felt like they were the one in control of in the couple’s shared finances. And while I’m not advocating going all militant over the mortgage payment, that seems like an alarmingly high number of females taking a backseat on their financial future

What do you think?

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