Love and Money: Who Controls the Finances? (Video)

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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.

Learn more about Americans’ attitudes about the intersection of love and money, as well as how the sexes think they stack up when it comes to finances.

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  1. Anonymous

    The highlighted differences between “millennials” and people born earlier seems to me to be likely a matter of age, rather than generation. In other words, I expect the millennials to have answers more similar to the boomers when they are the age of the boomers. People often want to emphasize how society and people’s basic impulses are changing, when the evidence of such is not strong. Lets see the results from the same poll 20 or 30 years from now.


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