Jun 11, 2013

7 Tips to Improve Your Financial Communication at Home
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Written by : Kari Cullen| 0 | Finance

 

People fight about lots of thing but one of the most common thing they fight about is money. Money problems can come between couples, family, roommates, and friends.Improving your financial communication can help reduce or even eliminate these fights.

Here are a few tips that you can follow:

#1 Don’t Expect the Other Person to Read Your Mind

This is one of the most common mistakes. And it’s the cause of many fights. If you have financial goals, concerns, or even thoughts about your money, then it’s important to share those ideas.

#2 Listen

When you’re discussing financial matters it’s easy to become upset. Feelings of anger, frustration, and overwhelm can creep in and cause you to shut down. However, when you’re discussing money  it’s extremely important to listen to what they have to say. This means asking questions, getting clarity on their thoughts and ideas and then sharing your ideas on the matter.

Get the rest of my 7 Tips to Improve Your Financial Communication at Home!

Kari Cullen

Kari Cullen is a blogger, content curator, and author. She is the founder of Esavingsblog, a blog to help readers learn how to save money, get deals and live frugally. Her eBook "Saving Your Way to a Better Life", is available on Amazon now and provides essential information to help readers save money.

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Kari Cullen is a blogger, content curator, and author. She is the founder of Esavingsblog, a blog to help readers learn how to save money, get deals and live frugally. Her eBook "Saving Your Way to a Better Life", is available on Amazon now and provides essential information to help readers save money.

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