Can't Buy Me Love!



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ANCHOR LEAD: They say money can't buy love, but fighting over it can sometimes bankrupt a relationship. Bobbi Owens has more. (:58) SCRIPT: Lifestyles, I'm Bobbi Owens. It's one of the top five things couples fight about… money. Joe Duran is the author of the best-selling new book, The Money Code. So, why do couples fight about money? CUT: (Duran) When it comes to money people don't understand their own personal biases. They certainly don't understand their spouse's personal biases. And they don't have an agreement on what's really important, what their priorities are. And how they're going to discuss financial issues when they come up, and they're going to come up throughout their entire relationship. SCRIPT: Duran says knowing your "money mind" can give you an awareness of how you approach financial decisions. CUT: (Duran) They're three different kinds of money minds. The first is the "protector." The second is the "pleasure seeker" or the person who wants to enjoy and maximize what money gives them. And third there's the "giver" or the person who's driven by commitment to take care of the people around them. SCRIPT: For more and to take a quiz to find out how you deal with money matters, visit Honest-Conversations-dot-com. That's Lifestyles from United Capital. I'm Bobbi Owens.
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