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Tech leaders on changing how we talk about money
03:15 - Source: CNN Business
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Research shows that talking with a spouse or partner about money increases relationship satisfaction. But many people still don’t do it.

Couples typically don’t talk about money because they’re embarrassed or fearful, said Tara Unverzagt, a certified financial planner with South Bay Financial Partners in Torrance, California. Money is more attached to emotions than most people realize.

“When two people come together, you end up with two sets of money stories, values and experiences,” she said.