Love & Money: 10 Ways Economics Can Improve Your Marriage

Authors reveal how common economic strategies can be applied to a couple’s lifelong union

  • Beware of Moral Hazard:
  • Some forms of moral hazard—acting less carefully or, at times, irresponsibly—are acceptable, while others should draw immediate red flags. According to the survey, 56% of married people said they put on weight after walking down the aisle. Meanwhile, 46% said they’re a little less affectionate with their loved one, with the most common excuse being they’re “too busy.” Be sure to take care of your appearance as well as maintaining the warmth in your relationship. Keep it new, yet simple!

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    • http://twitter.com/robwilsontv Bobby Dinero

      I think both sexes have some virtues when it comes to money.  Check out my segment “Invest Like a Lady, Spend Like a Man”  http://youtu.be/lcyaUHuB920