Published: May 18, 2018

Research from Leeds' Senior Associate Dean for Faculty and Research and Distinguished Professor John Lynch cited in recent article on financial decision making. There’s a new culprit to blame for financial illiteracy among some older Americans: the length of their marriage. A paper recently published by the Journal of Consumer Research finds that the longer a couple stay together, the greater the difference between the partners’ knowledge of finances and ability to make good money decisions.

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