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Orange on Green: Sexy Money PDF Print E-mail
Written by Tom and Brad Cunningham   
Monday, 14 February 2011 07:00

Orange on Green: Sexy Money
Financial matters aren't exactly your typical turn-ons, but the facts show the contrary. Our financial columnists share how you can heat things up without a heated discussion.


Aside from infidelity, money and communication are recognized as some of the top reasons for divorce. Infidelity for many is an end result of a diminishing relationship over time. Some of our research even shows that a failure to communicate, particularly about money, represents the biggest reason behind divorce.

 

While many others may be looking for the latest gadget, candles and roses, conjuring up some new romantic role-play perhaps, we have focused our attention on helping people learn about their finances to heat things up in the bedroom. Yes, we know it seems boring and non-sexy, but our results would indicate otherwise.

 

We have been tracking our performance in comparison to our country's national divorce average for the past handful of years. While it still remains nearly one in two marriages end in divorce in the U.S., our client community average sits strong at just more than one percent.

 

Think about it. When is the last time you and your significant other were arguing over something related with money? For most, what gets us heated over money turns us off.

 

Credit card debt and spending outside your means don't exactly serve as a turn-ons. Managing your cash flow outside of your income needs probably doesn't provide for a venue of love.

 

So to keep things hot between the sheets, take some time to learn together as a couple about your finances. Work in tandem to raise each other's financial competency level. You will find education will increase communication in the relationship.

 

Registered Representative and Financial Advisor of Park Avenue Securities, LLC (PAS). Securities products/services and advisory services offered through PAS, a registered broker-dealer and investment advisor. Financial Representative, The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America (Guardian), New York, NY. PAS is an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of Guardian. Lifetime Financial Growth, LLC is not an affiliate or subsidiary of PAS or Guardian. Orange Financial, LLC and Lifetime Financial Growth Company are not affiliates or subsidiaries of PAS or Guardian.

 

PAS is a member FINRA/SIPC

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Tom and Brad Cunningham are Cincy Chic's financial columnists, and they are the co-founders of Orangefinancial. If you want to share your comments or inquire for more information, e-mail them at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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