Wealthier materialistic couples have more marital problems

Money can’t buy love, according to a study conducted by US university, Brigham Young University.

Research shows couples who believe money is not important are happier and have more stable marriages.

The study found that for couples who were better off financially, a bigger source of conflict was money, suggesting how a couple perceived their finances was more important to the health or their relationship than their actual financial situation.

Read more at Brigham Young University

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