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Couples and Credit: How Your Partner’s Credit Can Affect Yours

Couples and Credit: How Your Partner’s Credit Can Affect Yours

Join the webinar that happened on February 28th, 2024, to learn how to approach a money conversation with your partner and whether one person's credit score can affect the other's.

What’s in the Webinar?

Money is often one of the biggest sources of conflict for couples and one of the leading contributors to marriage breakdowns. According to a 2023 survey, 54% of respondents believe that having a partner who is in debt is “a major reason to consider divorce”. That may seem harsh, but it proves that misuse of credit and the resulting debt can cause conflict and friction in relationships.

Net-net? Money isn’t worth fighting about—but it’s worth talking about. Let’s start today.

In this 30-minute session, we’re going to answer the following questions:

  • How should I approach a money conversation with my partner? Can my partner's credit score impact me? And vice versa?
  • What are the “danger signals” from your partner’s credit history?
  • What should we do if one (or both) of us has poor credit?

Watch the On-Demand Webinar