Marriage is a partnership, and both individuals need to be well-informed about how much their partner earns.
Most Helpful Guy
I have three problems with this
1. What makes a person rich? Is it simply having a bunch of money or must you have more money than others? Can you be rich in something non monetary? Is there a certain threshold of things that makes a person rich rather than poor of middle class?
2. It's true money is usually the number one reason of divorce but it's not the lack of money that causes the divorce it's the use of the money. People get divorced because of how the money is being earned and spent and by whom. It's not simply the lack of money that causes the issues.
3. Knowing isn't always the answer. Full disclosure may work for some people but I've seen plenty of healthy relationships that have a joint fund for shared expenses and activities and a separate fund for personal use. Some people actually cause more problems with full monetary disclosure especially when there's a substantial disparity between earning and spending habits.1
Most Helpful Girl
My parents were poor af. They could have lasted had my dad not been a cheating whore.0