Financial Transparency is Key to Any Relationship, Financial Infidelity Being the Ultimate Killer

Financial Infidelity, Financial Transparency, Financial Health, Financial Transparency, Money, Financial Volatillity, Pandemic, Covid-19, Coronavirus, Policygenius, Study, Report, Research, Insurance, Couples & Money, Narcissism, Financial Therapy Association, Nathan Astle, Ed Coambs, Elle Martinez, Relationships, Relationship Killers, Marriage, Divoce, Shared Bank Accounts,

Previously Published on News Break Whether running a tight ship or planning for a post-pandemic wedding of the century, couples are, for the most part, always coming up with new ways to manage their money. Despite an imminent fear of catching the coronavirus, a record number of professionals have become hyper-focused on advancing their careers — some on the brink of unemployment while others are possibly even losing their businesses due to shutdown and quarantine. “How did the pandemic change the way couples ‘do money’ together?” This was something Policygenius really wanted to know. The nation’s leading online insurance marketplace conducted a survey by polling more than 1,500 adults across the United States. They examined the ongoing relationship between couples and how they managed their money both before and after the pandemic. Overall, these figures have not changed and remain consistent with previous versions of the Policygenius Couples & Money survey, published in both 2018 and 2019. Surprisingly, only one in three people surveyed (34%) claimed that the pandemic had changed the way that they’ve been managing their wallets. Only 16% of those individuals admitted that they have had to “tighten their belts,” some earning a lower income than they […]

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6 Trends to Keep an Eye on in 2021 …and why we should be paying attention

Globalization, Robotics, AI, Market Trends 2021, Business Forecast, Vaccine, Covid-19, Pandemic, Unemployment, Healthcare, Remote Workforce,

Previously Published on News Break Since the pandemic, the World has been accelerating at an unprecedented rate. And, yet, there’s irony in that it has entirely slowed down, altogether. We have been presented with a whole new dichotomy and are experiencing things we had never known before. For some, the pandemic has brought about a sense of relief. It has given them time to reflect and time to catch up. Some have benefited from such an occurrence, while others have hit rock bottom in its most purest form. The World continues to turn, and we continue to learn new things, adopt new techniques and perfect that of which would lead us to a better quality of life. Through grace and misfortune, 2020 has intrigued even the most abstract of thinkers — with many wondering what they can expect in 2021, as new stars align. Investors want to know where they’ll gain the greatest ROIs. Employees want to know if their jobs will be secure. Young adults are seeking direction. And, these trends will be sure to dictate our lives. * DISCLAIMER: To avoid potential liabilities, this list has been generalized. It should serve as a jumping point, as you do […]

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