5 Important Financial Questions to Ask Your Significant Other

Don't put off asking about finances just because it might get a little awkward.

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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Nicole Lapin explains why it's important to know your significant other's financial situation -- even if it might get a little awkward. Being an adult means facing the things you'd rather put off, and financial distress is one of the leading causes for divorce. So, get the uncertainty out of the way by asking these five questions.

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Related: 5 Things You Need Before You Invest in the Stock Market

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Nicole Lapin's new book, Boss Bitchis available on Amazon.

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