Your relationship with money could ruin your chances at having an actual relationship.
Key takeaway: Don't plan to fall in love in New Hampshire if your credit score is abysmal.
In 2013, researchers out of Kansas State University found that couples who argued about money early on in their relationships -- regardless of their income, debt or net worth -- were at a greater risk for divorce than others.
"Arguments about money is by far the top predictor of divorce," the study's lead researcher, Sonya Britt, said of the findings. "It's not children, sex, in-laws or anything else. It's money -- for both men and women."
So in a sense, The Beatles were right: Money can't buy you love -- but it can buy you hours and hours of intensive couples therapy when you find out about your spouse's secret credit card purchases.
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