For some couples, the continuing stress of the pandemic and the economic downturn have fueled new disputes about money and intensified existing ones. Here's how couples can better navigate disagreements.
Not only are many couples confined together during the pandemic, but some also are facing new challenges in uncertain times. They might be more likely to quarrel over how much to save for a rainy day or the best time to move to a new house.
Nov. 21, 2020 9:00 am ETFor some couples, the continuing stress of the pandemic and the economic downturn have fueled new disagreements about money and intensified existing ones. Financial advisers say they are hearing from more partners who aren’t seeing eye-to-eye about how much to save, invest and spend.
“The nature of this pandemic, characterized by job losses and business setbacks combined with more day-to-day contact than many spouses have had in years, can raise issues,” said Robert Friedman, a financial planner in New York. Read more: The Wall Street Journal »
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