Talk Money to Me: The 8 Essential Financial Questions to Discuss with Your Partner

Talk Money to Me: The 8 Essential Financial Questions to Discuss with Your Partner

By Jason Tartick

Financial compatibility is equally as important as emotional compatibility, and the only way to find out if you and your partner are a match, is to TALK MONEY!

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Publisher: HarperCollins Leadership
Publish Date: 04/02/2024
Pages: 272
ISBN-13: 9781400226900
ISBN-10: 1400226902
Language: English

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Financial compatibility is equally as important as emotional compatibility, and the only way to find out if you and your partner are a match is to TALK MONEY.

Everyone talks about the pillars of a healthy relationship: Compatibility, chemistry, honesty, loyalty, and respect, but too many overlook one of the most critical pillars...finances! Many cohabitating Americans feel uncomfortable discussing finances with their partner. This is a huge problem because arguments about money are the second leading cause for divorce, right behind infidelity!

In this practical and no-holds-barred follow-up to his Wall Street Journal bestselling book The Restart Roadmap, host of the Trading Secrets podcast Jason Tartick will teach you the eight numbers you need to discuss with your partner and why. From investing, managing cash flows, emergency funds to credit scores, Tartick will help you gain a comprehensive view of you and your partners financial compatibility by talking you through how to:

  • Get comfortable starting the money conversations with your partner and loved ones.
  • Learn the most important financial tricks, tactics, and technology to improve money habits.
  • Calculate and manage the eight figures that will critically impact your financial wellbeing.
  • Create independent and joint spending, saving, and investing strategies as a team.
  • Understand the potential repercussions of financial infidelity and deception.

Net worth is not self-worth. Whether you're making six figures or deep in debt, being open about your finances and coming up with a plan of action together is the best way to ensure a healthy, lasting relationship.

About the Author

As a corporate banker, Jason executed over $100 million of lending to companies that earned over $20 million in revenue. His business endeavors--coupled with his charismatic personality--landed him co-hosting opportunities on Live from E.

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