Traditional gender roles are melting away, as more than half of Americans say they are indifferent about who brings home a bigger paycheck. Nearly nine out of 10 respondents believe they should consult with their partner before making a financial decisions.
Personal Capital hits the street to see what the average American thinks. Do you agree with what they said? Leave your thoughts below in the comments.
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