Dating a man who makes less money
Finances are important, but you’ve got to either be really selfish or without a single clue when it comes to marriage to believe that it’s all about who makes the most money. Even a couple who maintains separate accounts after tying the knot would admit it’s not more money are two different things.A man who is raking in ,000 a year yet is saddled by twice that amount in student loans certainly has less money than a woman who is pulling in ,000 a year and is debt free.But what if one partner makes significantly more money than the other?
I also heard the opinion that most women were not going to want to be with a guy less accomplished, because it is simply not attractive and they may not want to be the breadwinner. I pondered about this some more and read lots of audience comments — which (happily) leaned more in the direction that I do.For your safety, we ask that you do not disclose confidential or personal information such as your bank account numbers, social security numbers, etc.Keep in mind that anything you post may be disclosed, published, transmitted or reused.If you meet a fantastic, honest, ambitious guy who doesn’t pull in the big bucks because he is a teacher at a public high school, should you continue dating him? Money isn’t the end-all be-all and the only means to a successful relationship. If the guy you start dating likes to play a lot and work occasionally (and has no problem with you footing the bill more than half of the time), this would end up in the “dating don’t” category. Or would you rather share your life with an amazing person who might not be as blessed as you are in the bank account arena? In any case, it’s a little food for thought and my point is to We encourage an active and insightful conversation among our users.What’s more important is that you both are on the same page about how you spend, save and view your finances. Please help us keep our community civil and respectful.