June is here, which means wedding bells are ringing. But few couples talk about money before – or after – they walk down the aisle. Studies show average couple fights about money three times per month. In fact, money causes more arguments among couples than other typical flashpoints like raising kids or divvying up household chores. And couples who lock horns over finances at least once a week are 30 percent more likely to get divorced. No wonder nearly one-half of people have lied to a significant other about money.
Where do couples go wrong when it comes to money -- and how can they make it right? Join a panel of experts from Fidelity, Experian, Yahoo Finance, NerdWallet, Wevorce and more to discuss LOVE & MONEY on Tuesday, June 2 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. ET.
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