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Splitting the Difference: How to talk about money with your partner

Some say love doesn’t cost a thing. But the escalating cost of living has made people even more anxious about money as major milestones in life become increasingly delayed – and it’s impacting their approach to relationships. In Business Insider’s latest series, we delve into the financial ins and outs of relationships and answer your dating and money questions along the way.

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Splitting the Difference: How to talk about money with your partner
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    FINANCIAL LOVE TALES

    Although couples may feel they have lots of time to talk about finances after getting married, in reality, you might regret it if you wait too long to go over these things together.

    I'm poly and live with my husband and boyfriend. We make $155,000 combined and can finally buy a house.

    I'm poly and live with my husband and boyfriend. We make $155,000 combined and can finally buy a house.

    A mom of two in a relationship with her husband and her boyfriend purposely creates financial attachment across their poly ''vee.''

    FOR LOVE AND MONEY

    From a reader’s differing approach to saving money to the financial ripple effects of divorce, Business Insider’s bi-weekly advice column aims to answer your relationship and money questions.

    THE COSTS OF DATING

    Rising costs have only divided single and partnered Americans more. As always, women are particularly impacted, leaving single women shafted yet again by an economy stacked towards marriage.

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