Sunday Dec 8
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Personal Finance: Financial bullying can hurt marriages
According to a recent survey of committed couples, those who feel financially bullied say their partner uses these tactics to control or intimidate them: There are bullies on the playground, in the classroom and at the office.
You May Be in a Relationship With a Financial Bully
According to the survey, 10% of Americans tag their spouse or partner as a "financial bully," with men and women seeming to be equal-opportunity budget bullies.
Spending smart: Wisdom gleaned from money polls, studies
Amid this year's deluge of holiday spending surveys by companies trying to grab some attention, several other recent polls and studies are addressing arguably more important issues, such as financial bullying, money spent on financial literacy and whether "Made in USA" is better.
Couple money woes: When one partner is a financial bully
Most committed couples are on good terms when it comes to finances. But a new survey by Credit Karma found 1 in 10 consider their spouse or partner a financial bully.
O.C. buyers owe more, have better credit scores
Nov. 26 --Orange County residents in October were in hock with more debt owed than consumers in the U.S. as a whole.
Are you financially bullying your spouse?
Credit monitoring firm Credit Karma says 10 percent of U.S. adults it surveyed consider their spouse or partner a financial bully.
Bullying -- It Doesn't Just Affect Children; 'Financial...
The online survey, conducted in June 2013, revealed that committed American adults are generally on good financial terms with their spouse or partner.